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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
REPORT 



OF THE 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 



1943 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1944 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 
REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

• FOR THE 

YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE 

1943 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 12, 1944 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bcwman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1944 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



REPORT 

OF THE 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

For the Year Ending 30th June, 1943 



To His Honour the Lieiite7iant-Governor-in-Coiincil: 

The Governors of the University of Toronto have the honour to present their 
thirty-seventh annual report covering another exceptional war year in the 
financial administration of the University, and also the President's report on the 
academic work of the University and its Colleges for the Session 1942-43 and 
covering the activities of different departments. 

The funds and assets, including investments, etc., are shown as they stood 
at the close of business on 30th June, 1943, together with detailed statements of 
teceipts and expenditures of the Board for the fiscal year which ended on that 
date, and the certificate of audit of the same by Mr. G. T. Clarkson, of the firm 
of Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth and Nash. 

The Auditor reports that he made an examination of the Balance Sheet 
as at 30th June, 1943, and that he examined or tested the accounting records; that 
the securities representing the investments of the University, the Endowments 
and Trust Funds which are held for safekeeping by the Canadian Bank of Com- 
merce, were produced for his examination on 2nd July, 1943, and found to be in 
agreement with the Bursar's records; and that this officer's records are well kept. 

The general revenue for the year amounted to 82,118,311, which together 
with the Special Legislative Grant of 81,050,000 made a gross total of 83,168,311. 
The expenditures under the appropriations made by the Board for salaries and 
maintenance totalled 82,908,816 (exclusive of the Ontario College of Education 
which is maintained by a separate vote), to which was added 870,578 representing 
interest written to certain scholarship and trust funds and including interest on 
bank accommodation, together with 881,184 for Wartime Bonus paid to salaried 
employees, making a total expenditure of 83,060,579, which resulted in an excess 
of revenue over expenditure for the year of 8107,732. An amount of 880,000 
has been appropriated as a reserve for Deferred Maintenance leaving 827,732 as 
the balance carried to the credit of Revenue Account for the year. 

The accumulated debit balance at 30th June, 1941, stood at $616,940, and 
following the receipt of a letter from the Government, from which the Board of 
Governors understood that the Government would take care of the shortage, 
this amount was reduced during the year 1942 and also the year 1943 by the 
receipt of Special Legislative Grants of 8100,000 in each year, reducing the 
balance to 8416,940. (This amount was paid in full by the Government, January, 
1944). The excess of receipts over expenditures for the year ending 30th June, 
1943, after providing for an appropriation for Deferred Maintenance, was 827,732 
and the excess of Expenditures over Receipts for the pre\'ious year was 824,497 
leaving a balance on operations for the two years of 83,235. This when deducted 
from the 8416,940 resulted in a balance at debit of the Revenue Account at 30th 
June, 1943, of 8413,704. 

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REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Additional funds, totalling $907,000 were administered by the Office of the 
Bursar during the year, consisting chiefly of National Research Council and other 
Dominion Government grants for 61 war research projects undertaken by various 
members of the staff, together with funds for the training and accommodation of 
members of the Navy, Army and Air Force taking special courses at the 
University at the request of the Dominion Government. In addition, funds were 
also administered in connection with loans to students from the Federal Depart- 
ment of Labour, Kellogg Foundation, etc., for the accelerated courses in Medicine, 
Dentistry, Science and Engineering, together with the distribution of Province 
of Ontario Scholarship awards. ' 

All controllable expenditures were reduced during the year and considerable 
saving in the original Estimates was effected. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

January 27, 1944. D. Bruce Macdonald, 

Chairman. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

Toronto, January 22, 1944. 

To the Governors of the University of Toronto: 

Gentlemen : 

I have examined the balance sheet of the University of Toronto as at 30th 
June, 1943, and the related schedules 1 to 10. In connection therewith I examined 
or tested the accounting records of the University and obtained all the information 
and explanations I required from the Bursar and other employees, but I did not 
make a detailed audit of the transactions. 

The securities representing the investments of the University, the Endow- 
ment and Trust funds, are held in safekeeping by your bankers. The Canadian 
Bank of Commerce, and were produced for our examination on 2nd July, 1943. 
These were found to be in agreement with the records kept by the Bursar. The 
aggregate approximate market value of these investments as at 30th June, 1943, 
was greater than their book value by S784,473.65. Certain non-trustee securities 
(including non-interest bearing securities) received as bequests are still held. 

I have not examined the titles to the various properties. 

I report that in my opinion, based upon my examination, the accompanying 
balance sheet and related schedules 1 to 10 have been properly drawn up so as to 
show the financial position of the University at 30th June, 1943, and the results 
of its operations for the year, according to the best of my information and the 
explanations given me, and as shown by the books. The Bursar's records are 
well kept. 

Yours faithfully, 

G. T. Clarkson, F.C.A., 

A uditor. 



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SCHEDULE 1 

General Endowment 

Additions for 1942-43: 
Annuity Debentures: 

Portion of 1942-43 instalments reducing principal: 
Thirty-fourth instalment, issue of July, 1909. . . . 
Thirty-second instalment, issue of January, 1911 
Thirty-second instalment, issue of January, 1911 
Twenty-eighth instalment, issue of April, 1915. . 

Nineteenth instalment, issue of July, 1924 

Fourteenth instalment, issue of January', 1929. . 



S19,195.55 
4.611.00 

10,641.00 
3,371.50 
9,070.30 

45,619.51 



$92,508.86 



Frontage Licenses: 

College Street— Barrett— Montford $ 1,560.00 

College Street— United Church of Canada 3,720 . 00 

Convocation Hall Advance: 

Restoration from proceeds of wild land sales, thirty-fourth instal- 



ment 



5,280.00 



10.00 



Library proper: 

Addition of Books for year less depreciation (Schedule 7) 9,647. 16 

$ 107,446.02 

Return of 30th June, 1942 13,886,051.20 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $13,993,497.22 



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SCHEDULE 4 
Pension and Retirement Funds 

1. Pension Fund (Academic): 

At credit of account on 30th June, 1942 $ 613,973.78 

Contributions during year 41,834. 17 

Interest credited 25,507.78 

$ 681,315.73 
Pension Payments and Withdrawals 28,926.54 

$ 652,389.19 

2. Pension Fund (Employees): 

At credit of account on 30th June, 1942 $ 903,890.32 

Contributions during year 86,371.83 

Interest credited 35,096.58 

$1,025,358.73 
Pension Payments and Withdrawals 26,476.02 

$ 998,882.71 

3. Estimated accrued liability as per Actuary's report of 19th October, 1939. . . 133,000.00 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $1,784,271.90 



SCHEDULE 5 

Annuity Debentures 

Issue of July, 1909, for construction and equipment of Thermodynamics Library 
Addition and Faculty of Education Building, $500,000., repayable in forty equal 
annual amounts of $25,260.00 each, 

Value as on 30th June, 1943, of the six outstanding instalments $ 132,415.90 

Issue of January, 1911, under 1 George V, Cap. 60, for construction of Pathological 
building, $130,000.00, repayable in forty equal annual amounts of $6,568.00 
each, 

V'alue as on 30th June, 1943, of the eight outstanding instalments 44,222.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1943, of Thirty-third payment and charged to 

Revenue, 1942-43 3,284.00 

Issue of January, 1911, under 1 George \', Cap. 60, as a grant towards construction 
of Toronto General Hospital, $300,000.00, repayable in forty equal annual 
amounts of $15,157.00 each, 

Value as on 30th June, 1943, of the eight outstanding instalments 102,049.00 

Accrued on 30th June, 1943, of thirty-third payment and charged to Revenue, 

1942-43 7,578.50 

Issue of April, 1915, under R.S.O., 1914, Cap. 279, to provide for the payment of 
$100,000.00 to the Hart A. Massey Estate towards the Gymnasium portion of 
Hart House, $110,000.00, repayable in forty equal annual amounts of $5,975.00 
each. 

Value as on 30th June, 1943, of the twelve outstanding instalments 54,483.80 

Accrued on 30th June, 1943, of twentv-ninth payment and charged to 

Revenue, 1942-43 .' 1,244.80 

Issue of July, 1924, under R.S.O., 1914, Cap. 279, for construction of Forestry 
building, $126,622.00, repayable in twenty equal annual amounts of $10,000.00 
each, 

Value as on 30th June, 1943, of the one outstanding instalment 9,523.80 

Issue of January, 1929, under R.S.O., 1927, Cap. 337, for construction of a new 
building for Pathology and allied departments (Banting Institute) $800,000.00, 
repayable in twenty equal annual amounts of $64,193.00 each. 

Value as on 30th June, 1943, of the six outstanding instalments 325,850.31 

Accrued on 30th June, 1943, of fifteenth payment and charged to Revenue, 

1942-43 29,421 . 80 



Return of 30th June, 1943 $710,073.91 



18 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

SCHEDULE 6 

Contingent Funds, Etc. 

Contingent Fund (Investment Reser\'e) $172,161 .84 

Deferred Maintenance 80,000.00 

Organ Fund: 

Balance on 30th June, 1942 $2,349.82 

Expenditure on upkeep of organ, less receipts 183.44 

2,166.38 

University Press: 

At credit of accounts as per Appendix III 28,617.67 

Men's Residence Rehabilitation Fund 40,000.00 

Ontario College of Education: 

At credit of account (Appendix \') 60,795 . 67 

Legislative Grant for Administration Building 283. 15 

David Dunlap Observatory (Construction Account) 17.23 

$384,041.94 
Sundry' Ledger balances, items in suspense, etc.: 

Residence and Key deposits $2,375 . 00 

Fire Loss Account 274 . 81 

Income Tax Deductions, not paid 7.70 

$2,657.51 
Less: 

Workmen's Compensation Board deposit $ 135.68 

Fire Loss Accounts, outstanding 670.84 

Fire Insurance Premiums Paid in advance 41,214.36 

42,020.88 

39,363.37 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $344,678.57 

SCHEDULE 6a 
Revenue, 1942-43 

Receipts 

Estimate Actual 

Legislative Grant, Universitv Act, 1906 $ 500,000 . 00 $ 500,000 . 00 

Legislative Grant, 60 Vict., Cap. 59 7,000.00 7,000.00 

Legislative Grant, 13-14 George V 10.000.00 10,000.00 

Fees, Universitv and College, as detailed in Appendix I 1,000,000.00 1,178,508.54 

Infirmary' Receipts, Dentistry. 33,000.00 37,318.91 

Infirmary Receipts. Health Service 4.673.75 

Interest: 

On Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds 120,526.00 

On Ontario Government Annuities 15,072.40 

On Debentures 3,365.64 

On Loans 170,000.00 800.00 

Rentals: 

University Park ground leases 6,943.00 

City of Toronto payment 6,000.00 

Business properties 12,717 . 21 

Sundry houses and land earnings 8,381 . 29 

"Xlen's Residences* 

(General, $33,906.75; University College, $4,554.45) .' 20,000.00 38,461 .20 

Women's Residences: 

(WhitneyHall,$51,367.59;St.GeorgeStreetGroup,$17,760.36) 70,000.00 69,127.95 
Universitv College Women's Union: 

(Membership fees, $2,832.95; rooms and meals, $7,532.24) 10,365.19 
Central Power Plant: 

Wycliffe, Victoria and Knox Colleges $37,960.48 

Royal Ontario Museum 18,657. 15 

Sundr>' accounts 16,119.07 60,000.00 72,736.70 

University Press 10,000.00 10,000.00 

Photographic Service and Casual Revenue 5,000.00 6,314.06 

$1,885,000.00 $2,118,311.84 

Special Legislative Grant • 1,050,000.00 1,050,000.00* 

Estimated excess of Expenditure over Receipts 205,068.00 

$3,140,068.00 $3.168.311.84 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 19 

Expenditures 

Under appropriations as per Appendix II $2,967,068.00 S2,908,816. 10 

Interest written to Scholarship and other funds 73,000.00 70,578.18 

War-time Bonus paid to Salaried Employees (not including 

tradesmen or anyone paid on an hourly basis) 100,000.00 81,184.92 

33,140,068.00 §3.060,579.20 

Receipts as above 3,168,311.84 

Excess of Receipts over Expenditures $ 107,732.64 

Appropriated as a Reserve for Deferred Maintenance 80,000.00 

Carried to Balance Sheet $ 27,732 . 64 



*In addition to the above receipts a Special Legislative Grant of S100,000.00 was received 
on account of accumulated Shortage to 30th June, 1941, (see Balance Sheet). 



SCHEDULE 7 

Site Lands, Buildings and Contents 

Site Lands: 

2,557,843 sq. feet at fortv cents per foot $1,023,137.20 

332,549 sq. feet at cost price 447,344.23 

18,000 sq. feet at estimate 40,000 . 00 

2,908,392 sq. feet $1,510,481.43 

Buildings: 

Anatomical building $ 482,388.37 

Baldwin House 12,000.00 

Banting Institute 813.129.93 

Biological building 129,745 . 30 

Botanical building 516,998.35 

Chemical building 77,469 . 88 

Convocation Hall 214,866.22 

Dental building 350,000 . 00 

Economics building 76,350.00 

Electrical building 346,699.89 

Engineering building 50,000.00 

Forestry building 122,359 . 86 

Geodetic Observatory building 12,000.27 

Hart House (not appraised) 

Household Science building 455,000.00 

Hvgiene and Public Health building 852,682.40 

Library building 327.425 . 50 

McLennan Laboratory' 363.945.85 

Mechanical building 119,017.21 

Medical building 200.000.00 

Men's Residences 217,670.04 

Military Studies building and Drill Hall 67,071 . 27 

Mining building 384,736.89 

Mill building 229.972.52 

Ontario College of Education 703,390 . 67 

Press building 1 . 00 

Psvcholog>' buildings 22,333 . 26 

Simcoe Hall 399.055. 10 

University College building 450,000 . 00 

University College Women's Union 70,059. 19 

Women's Residences: 

Whitney Hall 487,988.37 

Hutton House : 24,723.77 

No. 184 College Street 8.239 . 47 

No. 78 Queen's Park 161,775.00 

No. 86 Queen's Park 38,767.62 

St. George Street properties: 

Numbers 43 30,054.25 

45 39,079.67 

47 10,172.95 



20 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Numbers 49 S 25,007.51 

96 22,692.60 

98 16,708.84 

100 17,776.93 

104 22,498.27 

106 10,034.15 

$ 8,981,888.37 

Library $ 766,513.52 

Organ.' 24,000.00 

Sundry Departmental Equipment 375,153.99 

Furniture and Furnishings, various buildings 42,737. 11 

Arena .^ 223,070.40 

Athletic Field Stadium and equipment _ 11,817.88 

Aura Lee Grounds and equipment (Ontario College of Education) 17,276.27 

Gymnasium equipment 7,620 . 19 

Forestrv School Practice Camp 3,278 . 50 

Surveying Practice Camp, Lutterworth Township, (land, $1,215.00, buildings, etc., 

$10,000) 11,215.00 

David Dunlap Observatory (land, $41,750., buildings, $163,700., telescope, dome, 

etc., $225.000.00) 430,450.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Farm, Buildings and equipment) 81,500.00 

Connaught Laboratories (Hygiene building plant) 1-00 

Central Power Plant } 00 

Printing Plant | 00 

General Museum Specimens 1.00 

Dining Hall equipment 1 .00 

Total valuation $12,487,007.66 

Return of 30th June, 1942 $12,477,633.94 

Library proper: 

\'alue of addition of Books for 1942-43 

reported by the Librarian $33,353 . 76 

Less depreciation at 3% on $790,220.12 23,706.60 

9,647.16 

$12,487,281.10 

Contra. 
Women's Residence Furniture written down by application of credit from Sale of 

Wild Lands set apart for Women's Residences 273.44 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $12,487.007.66 

SCHEDULE 8 

Unproductive Lands 

U.C.C. block on King Street $ 50,425.40 

Vacant land in Port Hope 8,045 . 00 

Endowment lands unsold in various townships -. 152.00 

(No transactions during year) 
Return of 30th June, 1943 $ 58,622.40 

SCHEDULE 9 

Leased Properties 

Land Leased to City of Toronto $ 120,000.00 

Park Lots leased (including Federated Colleges Sites) 335,992.20 

Toronto business properties 183,000.00 

Spadina .Avenue Houses (Nos. 719-721) 8,023.51 

Caradoc Farm 600.00 ^^^^,^ _, 

$ 647,615.71 

Rentals and City of Toronto Payment Accrued 5,620.00 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $ 653,235.71 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 21 

SCHEDULE 10 

Investments, Cash and Accounts Receivable 

Dominion of Canada Bonds and guaranteed issues $4,784,792.36 

Interest Accrued 9,952 . 05 

S 4,794,744.41 

Province of Ontario Bonds and guaranteed issues 3,816.125.91 

Interest Accrued 18,805 . 35 

■ 3,834,931.26 

Other Government Bonds 502.138.00 

I nterest Accrued 1 .057 . 60 

503.195.60 

Municipal debentures 496,847.76 

Interest Accrued 1,405.07 

498,252.83 

University of Toronto debentures (Guaranteed) 325,850.31 

Toronto Conservaton.- of Music debentures 192,837.45 

Corporation debentures 36,686 . 00 

Sundr\' stocks 108,539.62 

Mortgage . . .' 2.200.00 

Investments in trust for Banting Research Foundation 755.243.85 

Investment in trust for Connaught Laboratories 574,816. 70 

Loan to Athletic Association 10.000 . 00 

Toronto Conservatory of Music Advance, Organ 4,916.70 

Accounts Receivable: 

Photographic Service S 268 . 58 

Health Service 40.50 

Labour and Material 9,141 . 78 

Telephones 44 . 10 

Central Power Plant 37.960.48 

Printing 326.92 

47,782.36 
Less Royal Ontario Museum balances and miscellaneous 

item's at credit 10,023 . 64 

37,758.72 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, on deposit 643,298.37 

(Includes amounts relating to the year ended 30th June, 1943, 
but received and deposited at a later date.) 

S12.323.271. 82 



Transactions 1942-43 

Inwards 

Dominion, Provincial and other Government Bonds S 6,837.23 

Municipal Debentures 21.174.26 

University of Toronto debentures 45.619.51 

Payment on Loan to Athletic Association 10,000.00 

Payment on Loan to Toronto Conservaton,- of Music 546.30 

Toronto Conservatory of Music debentures 1,935.28 

Banting Research Foundation In\'estments 136,128.96 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 2,000.00 

Withdrawals from Canadian Bank of Commerce 5,817,826.09 

6,042,067.63 

Outwards 

Dominion and Pro\incial Government Bonds $ 613,689.22 

Municipal debentures 570.41 

Toronto Conservatory of Music debentures 1,577.69 

Banting Research Foundation Investments 156.026.78 

Connaught Laboratories Investments 25,000.00 

Deposits in Canadian Bank of Commerce 6,025,647.08 

Increase in accounts outstanding 4.975.86 

Increase in accrued revenue 657.78 

6,828,144.82 

786.077.19 
Return of 30th June, 1942 11,537.194.63 

Return of 30th June, 1943 $12.323,271.82 



22 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



APPENDIX I. 



Fees 1942-43 



Balance brought forward, 1941-42 S 2,341 . 82 

Total of fees collected 1942-43 1,467,090.55 

$1,469,432.37 



Distribution thereof: 

Sundr^■ refunds during year S 66,973. 18 

Share of fees paid to the following: 

Hart House 46,680.25 

Students' Administrative Council 18,367.00 

University Athletic Fee 17,899.00 

Medical Society 3,047.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 124.00 

Faculty of Applied Science Athletic Fee 2,784.00 

Engineering Society . . : 4,219 . 00 

Dental Students' Parliament 2,384.00 

Foresters' Club 102.00 

Graduate Students' Union •■ 305 . 00 

University College Literary and Athletic Society 2,052.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate Association 1,859.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 74.00 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association 80.00 

Teachers' Course Association ". 410.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons ■ 2,960.00 

St. Michael's College (Household Science) 190.00 

Toronto Conservatory of Music - 455 . 00 

Hospitals (Accelerated Course): 

Toronto General Hospital $17,500.00 

Toronto General Hospital (Burnside) 1,728.00 

$19,228.00 



St. Michael's Hospital 3,080.00 

Hospital for Sick Children 2,580.00 

Toronto Western Hospital 2,110.00 



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Credited to Sundry Accounts: 

Ontario College of Education 56,507.03 

University College Women's Union 2,850.00 

School of Nursing 27,763 . 25 

Institute of Child Study 5,841 . 12 

Balance to Revenue Account (Schedule 6a) 1,178,508.54 

$1,469,432.37 

DETAILS OF FEES RECEIVED (GROSS) 

Composite Academic and University Incidental Fees: 

Arts— Tuition (University College $126,891.00) Library and Laboratory 
Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Labora- 
tory' Deposit; and miscellaneous $ 257,477.21 

Commerce and Finance — University tuition (University College $4,488.00) 
Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Service; 
Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 26,150.85 

Medicine — Tuition; Librar>' and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 

Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 330,154.55 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 23 



Applied Science — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; 
Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and 

miscellaneous S 382,185.00 

Dentistry — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 
Health Service; Physical Training; Caution and Laboratory Deposit; and 

miscellaneous 110,218.95 

Education — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; Health Service; and 

University Schools 59,626.03 

Forestry — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; 

Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and miscellaneous 6,865.00 

Music — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous 1,447.40 

Household Science — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; E.xamination; 
Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory Deposit; and 

miscellaneous 4,705 . 00 

Graduate Studies — Registration; Tuition; Library; Examination; and Degree 26,622.17 
University Extension — Teachers' Courses; Occupational Therapy; Physio- 
therapy; Certificate Course in Business; Tutorial; Short Courses; Library 
and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Degree; Health Service; and mis- 
cellaneous 70,947.22 

Social Work — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; Examination; Diploma; 

and Health Service 11,047.00 

Law — Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous 545.00 

Physical and Health Education — Tuition; Library and Laboratory Supply; , 
Examination; Degree; Health Service; Physical Training; Laboratory 

Deposit; and miscellaneous 16,027.55 

Pharmacy — Registration; Tuition; Examination; Degree; and miscellaneous. . 19,811.00 

\'eterinary Science — Examination; and Degree 890 00 

Agriculture — Examination; and Degree 1,420.00 

School of Nursing — Tuition; Library; Examination; Diploma; and Health 

Service 31,843.25 

Institute of Child Study — Tuition 5,871 . 12 

Applied Science Athletic 2,784.00 

University Athletic 17,899.00 

Dental Students' Parliament 2,384.00 

Engineering Society 4,219 . 00 

Foresters' Club 102.00 

Graduate Students' Union 305.00 

Hart House 46,680.25 

Medical Society 3,047.00 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Association 124.00 

Occupational Therapy Undergraduate Association 74.00 

Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association 80.00 

Students' Administrative Council 18,367.00 

Teachers' Course Association 410 . 00 

University College Literary and Athletic Society 2,052.00 

University College Women's Undergraduate Association 1,859.00 

University College Women's Union 2,850.00 

1,467,090.55 

Balance brought forward from 1941-42 2,341 .82 

SI. 469,432. 37 



\ 



24 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES 



Gross 
Receipts 



Refunds 



Other 
Deductions 



Net 



Arts 

Commerce and Finance 

Medicine 

Applied Science 

Dentistry 

Education S26. 847.53; University Schools 

532,778.50 

Forestry 

Music 

Household Science 

Graduate Studies 

University Extension 

Social Work 

Law 

Physical and Health Education 

Pharmacy 

Veterinar>- Science 

Agriculture 

School of Nursing 

Institute of Child Study 

Applied Science Athletic 

University Athletic 

Dental Students' Parliament 

Engineering Society 

Foresters' Club 

Graduate Students' Union 

Hart House 

Medical Society 

Medical Women's Undergraduate Assoc. . . 
Occupational Therapy Undergrad. Assoc. . 
Physiotherapy Undergraduate Association. 

Students' Administrative Council 

Teachers' Course Association 

University College Literary and Athletic 

Society 

University College Women's Undergraduate 

Association 

University College Women's Union 



$1,467,090.55 
Balance brought forward from 1941-42 2,341 .82 



257,477.21 
26,150.85 
330,154.55 
382,185.00 
110,218.95 



59,626 

6.865 

1,447 

4,705 

26,622 

70,947 

11,047 

545 

16,027 

19,811 

890 

1,420 

31,843 

5,871 

2,784. 

17,899 

2,384 

4,219 

102 

305. 

46,680, 

3,047. 

124, 

74. 

80. 

18,367, 

410, 



2,052.00 

1,859.00 
2,850.00 



i 21,262. 30 
457.00 

9,106.73 
23,221.39 

6,339.90 

909.00 
418.50 
40.00 
645.61 
171.04 
1,926.10 
283 . 00 



783.85 
956.80 



422.00 
30.00 



S 66,973. 18 



[,469,432,37.? 66,973. 18 



$ 26,998.00 



2,960.00 

i 

56,507. 03i 



455.00 
190.00 



27,763.25 

5,841.12 

2,784.00 

17,899.00 

2,384.00 

4,219.00 

102.00 

305.00 

46,680.25 

3,047.00 

124.00 

74.00 

80.00 

18,367.00 

410.00 

2,052.00 

1.859.00 
2,850.00 



$223,950.65 



$223,950.65 



236,214.91 
25,693.85 
294,049.82 
358,963.65 
100,919.05 

2,210.00 

6,446.50 

952.40 

3,869.39 

26,451.13 

69,021.12 

10,764.00 

545.00 

15,243.70 

18,854.20 

890.00 

1,420.00 

3,658.00 



1,176.166.72 
2,341.82 



$1,178,508.54 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



25 



APPENDIX II. 
Revenue Expenditures 1942-43 



Appro- 
priation 



Supple- 
mentary' 



Unusued 



Total 



II. 



III. 



IV. 



Administration: 

Salaries 

Pensions and Retiring Allowances 

President's Office 

Bursar's Office: 

Mechanical Accounting Equipment for 

Bursar's Office 

Booklet: "The University of Toronto: 

Its Work and Needs" 

(Transferred from Miscellaneous and 
General): 

Auditor's Fees 

Insurance 

Law Costs 

Taxes 

Unemployment Insurance 

Registrar's Office 

(Transferred from Miscellaneous and 
General): 

Convocation Expenses 

(Transferred from Section IV): 

Examinations 

Superintendent's Office 

(Transferred from Miscellaneous and 
General): 

Central Stores 

Grounds 

Protective Service 

Telephones 

Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall . . . 
Alterations, Convocation Hall and Simcoe 
Hall, Bursar's Office — Ladies Wash 



112,595.00 8 

110,327.00 .. 

1,000.00 .. 



4,294.521 



2,530.75 

1,864.84 



room 

86 Queen's Park. . . . 
49 St. George Street . 
184 College Street . . . 



Librarv': 

Salaries 

Maintenance 
Building 



Athletics, Physical Training, etc.: 
Athletics and Physical Training — Men.. 
Athletics and Physical Education — 

Women 

Health Service: 

(Men, 1941-42. §8,450.00); (Women, 

1941-42, 85,000.00).. 

Hart House (share of maintenance) 

Women's Building (44 Hoskin Avenue). . 



3,000.00 
25,000.00 
1,000.00 
7,500.00 
6,000.00 
5,780.00 



600.00 

19,400.00 
3,750.00 



4,600 . 00 
21,500.00 
18,650.00 
14,600.00 
12,753.00 



184.54 



8116,889.52 

1,020.57 109,306.43 
5.94 994.06 



2,530.75 
1,864.84 



4,519.92 
345.02' 



491.83 
760.26 



320.09 



84.37! 



150.00 
3,155.11 
1,192.84 

989.30 



200.00 



1,565.00 



1.14 



1,792.07 



1,001.89 



$376,320.00 8 11,669.75 



$ 58,890.00 

47,400.00 

5,200.00 



243.80 



$111,490,001 $ 243.80 



$ 20,000.00$ 94.26 



5,800.00 



Examinations: 

(Transferred to Administration). 



V. Royal Ontario Museum S 81.000.00 



27,600.00 
6,500.00 
1,215.00 



$ 61,115.00 



3,582.48 

1,209.15 

24.33 



S 4,910.22 



200.00 



258.62 



3,000.00 
20.480.08 
654 . 98 
7,500.00 
5.508.17 
5,019.74 



279.91 

19,584.54 
3.665.63 



4.4.50.00 
18,344.89 
17,457.16 
13.610.70 
12,754.14 



1,792.07 

1,001.89 
1,306.38 



$13,764.20 8 374,225.55 



$ 1,361.05 
3,938.22 



8 5.299.27 



$ 141.07 



141.07 



57,528.95 

43.461.78 

5,443.80 



106,434.53 



$ 20,094.26 
5,658.93 



31,182.48 
7,709.15 
1,239.33 



$ 65.884.15 



$ 81,000.00 



26 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1942-43 — Continued 



Appro- 
priation 



Supple- 
mentary 



Unused 



Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 



Total 



VI. Faculty of Arts: 

Salaries 

Departments: 

Anthropology 

Applied Mathematics 

Archaeology 

Astronomy 

Botany 

Chemistry 

Fine Art 

Geography 

Geologi' 

History 

Italian and Spanish 

Law 

Mathematics 

Military Studies 

Mineralogy 

Philosophy 

Physics 

Political Economy 

Psychology 

Zoology 

University College Depts.. 

University College General 

Expenses 

Buildings: 

Baldwin House (History) . . 

Biological Building (De- 
partment of Zoology). . . 

Botany Building 

Chemical Building 

David Dunlap Observatory 

Economics Building 

McLennan Laboratory 
(Physics) 

Military Studies Building. . 

Psychology Buildings 

University College Building 

No. 43 St. George Street . 

No. 45 St. George Street 
(Law) 

No. 47 St. George Street 
(Applied Mathematics) 



VII. Faculty of Medicine: 

Salaries 

Departments: 

Anatomy 

Bio-Chemistry (including 

Zymology) 

Hygiene and Preventive 

Medicine 
Medical Jurisprudence. . 

Medicine 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Ophthalmology 

Oto-Laryngology 

Paediatrics 

Pathological Chemistry . . . 
Pathology- and Bacteriology 



$ 770,713.00 



25.00 
600.00 
250.00 

1,600.00 

5,400.00 
14,440.00 

1,000.00 
500.00 

1,100.00 
230.00 
225 . 00 
150.00 
600.00 
60.00 

1,000.00 
150.00 

7,650.00 
600.00 

3,400.00 

6,050 . 00 
500.00 

1,400.00 

3,355.00 

6,300.00 
6,175.00 
5,700.00 
4,150.00 
11,375.00 

7,375.00 
3,000.00 
5,175.00 
12,575.00 
1,270.00 

1,645.00 

1,290.00 



$887,028.00 



269,383.00 
5,400.00 
4,600.00 
3,190.00 



400.00 
500.00 
300.00 



$19,868.91 
17.83 



3. 

1,046 

77. 

2,516 

46. 

72, 

615 

74. 

45 



$ 47.06 



343 

17 

200. 

31 

1,268. 

9 

479. 

1,053. 

199. 



107.94 

379.62 

842.67 
385.99 
171.40 
464.58 
401 . 12 

3,133.70 

30.87 

739.44 

2,291.50 

206.17 



84.90 



78.89 



$ 131.96 



$37,221.71 



$750,899.09 

7.17 
600.00 
246.78 
553.15 

5,322.28 
11,923.67 
953.53 
427.98 
484.63 
155.83 
179.79 
197.06 
256.27 
42.62 
799 . 67 
118.26 

6,381.84 
590.59 

2,920.41 

4,996.07 
300.55 

1,292.06 

2,975.38 

5,457.33 
5,789.01 
5,528.60 
3,685.42 
10,973.88 

4,241.30 
2,969.13 
4,435.56 
10,283.50 
1,063.83 

1,729.90 

1,211.11 



$849,938.25 



8,631.68 

1,304.68 

64.38 

640.97 



$64,523.24 



$325,274.56 
4,095.32 
4,535.62 
2,549.03 



221.99 
328.47 
277.00 



2,026.90 



1,825.00 
7,350.00 



164.37 
1,997.22 



1,280.90 



2,026.90 

178.01 

171.53 

23.00 

1,280.90 

1,660.63 

5,352.78 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



27 



Revenue Expenditures, 1942-43 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


Pharmacy and Pharmaco- 

locv 


$ 2,070.00 

3,000.00 

50.00 

900.00 

2,650.00 

300.00 

3,960.00 

3,900.00 


$'2, 146 .'54 


$ 977.25 




$ 1,092 75 


Physiology 




5 146 54 


Psychiatry 


24.20 




25 80 


Radiology 






900 00 


Surfferv 




1,942.97 

38.90 

9.11 

372.12 




707 03 


Therapeutics 






261 10 


Art Service 




3,950 89 


General Expenses 




3,527 88 


Post Graduate Courses. . . . 


755.00 




755 00 


Buildings: 

Anatomical Building 

Banting Institute 


5,995.00 
23,900.00 
11,550.00 

8,600.00 


163.73 
1,319.18 




5,831 27 






22,580 82 


Hygiene Building 


3,591.98 




15,141.98 
8,343 07 


Aledical Building 


256.93 














$359,823.00 


$ 6,493.52 


$18,735.15 


$67,831.04 


$415,412.41 


VIII. School of Hygiene: 

Salaries 








$32,591.77 
5,904.17 


$ 32,591.77 


Maintenance 








5,904 17 




















$38,495.94 


$ 38,495 94 












IX. Faculty of Applied Science: 
Salaries 


$299,741.00 

1,500.00 
755.00 

8,700.00 

1,200.00 

1,540.00 
2,900.00 
1,115.00 
3,000.00 
1.850.00 
2,700.00 
3,100.00 
8,650.00 

7,775.00 

6,630.00 

495.00 

12,075.00 




$ 7,252.46 

77.76 
116.93 

804.27 

517.33 

219.68 
1,368.47 
214.20 
192 . 39 
364.16 
281.09 
327.01 
557.12 

1,328.72 
45.99 




• 
$292,488.54 


Departments: 

Applied Physics 






1,422.24 


Architecture, School of . . . . 






638.07 


Chemical Engineering and 
Applied Chemistry 

Civil Engineering — Muni- 
cipal and Structural .... 

Civil Engineering — Survey- 
ing and Geodesy 

Electrical Engineering 

Engineering Drawing 

Mechanical Engineering. . . 

Metallurgical Engineering. 

Mining Engineering 

General E.xpenses 






7,895.73 






682.67 






1,320.32 






1,531.53 






900.80 






2,807.61 






1,485.84 


' 




2,418.91 






2,772.99 


Photographic Service 

Buildings: 

Electrical Building (includ- 
ing Mechanical Bldg. and 

Wind Tunnel) 

Engineering Building 

, Geodetic Observatory Bldg. 

Mining Building (including 

Mill Building) 






8,092.88 






6,446.28 






6,584.01 


$ 63.73 




558.73 


1,063.71 




11,011.29 










Of which chargeable to 
Wallberg Fund 


S 363,726.00 
20,000.00 










$343,726.00 


$ 63.73 


$ 14,731.29 


$20,000.00 


$349,058.44 



28 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Revenue Expenditures, 1942-43 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


X. Faculty of Dentistry: 


$ 85,755.00 

23,000.00 

2,250.00 

14,550.00 


$11,624.49 






$ 97,379 49 


Laboratory and Infirmary 

Supplies, etc 

General Expenses 

Dental Building 


$ 454.01 
338.15 
725.55 




22,545.99 

1,911.85 

13,824.45 










$125,555.00 


$ 11,624.49 


$ 1,517.71 




$ 135 661 78 








XI. Faculty of Household Science: 


$ 27,800.00 
3,275.00 
2,100.00 
2,000.00 
5,600.00 




$ 50.00 

137.98 

178.58 

52.31 

572.87 




$ 27 750 00 


Household Science 




3,137.02 




1,921.42 


General Expenses 


1,947.69 


Household Science Building. . 


5,027.13 




$ 40,775.00 




$ 991 . 74 




S 39 783 26 










XII. Faculty of Forestry: 


$ 20,900.00 
2,000.00 
2,480.00 




$ 65.00 
393.12 
223.16 




$ 20,835 00 


Maintenance 




1,606.88 




2,256.84 








$ 25,380.00 




$ 681.28 




$ 24,698.72 


XIII. Faculty of Music: 

Salaries 


$ 4,400.00 
300.00 

11,000.00 








$ 4,400 00 


Maintenance 

Special — Grant to Toronto 
Conservatory of Music. . . . 




$ 220.68 




79.32 
11,000.00 












$ 15,700.00 




$ 220.68 




$ 15,479.32 


XIV. School of Graduate Studies: 
Salaries 


$ 4,100.00 
565.00 








$ 4,100 00 


Maintenance 




$ 144.32 




420.68 




$ 4,665.00 




$ 144.32 




$ 4,520.68 


XV. School of Nursing: 
Salaries 


$ 24,190.00 

4,600.00 

2,125.00 

16,800.00 

700.00 

5,700.00 


^ 




$49,983.50 




Special Teaching 




School Maintenance 

Residence Maintenance 

Contingencies 

Building, No. 7 Queen's 
Park 


$ 59,483.50 


J 






Less Rockefeller Endowment 
Interest, etc 


$ 54,115.00 
44,615.00 










$ 9,500.00 






$49,983.50 


$ 59,483.50 


XVI. School of Social Work: 


$ 14,225.00 
1,025.00 




$ 225.00 
14.72 




$ 14,000.00 


Maintenance 




1,010.28 








$ 15,250.00 




$ 239.72 




$ 15,010.28 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



29 



Revenue Expenditures, 1942-43 — Continued 





Appro- 
priation 


Supple- 
mentary 


Unused 


Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 


Total 


XVII. School of Physical and 
Health Education: 
Salaries 


$ 12,000.00 
2,900.00 


S 432.00 






$ 12 432 00 


Alaintenance 


$ 1,091.66 




1,808.34 








$ 14,900.00 


$ 432.00 


$1,091.66 




$ 14,240.34 


X\'III. University Extension and 
Publicity: 
Salaries 


$ 18,050.00 
36,300.00 


$15,312.77 


$ 1,344.77 




S 16,705.23 
51,612.77 


Extension and Publicity De- 
partments 












$ 54,350.00 


$15,312.77 


$ 1,344.77 




$ 68,318.00 


XIX. Men's Residences: 

Maintenance of Buildings. . . 


$ 15,815.00 




$ 1.994.69 




$ 13,820 31 








XX. Women's Residences and 
Union: 
Maintenance of Buildings. . . 
Housekeeping Account 


$ 11,000.00 
62,000.00 




$ 187.92 
7,070.32 




$ 10,812 08 






54 929 68 










$ 73.000.00 




$ 7,258.24 




$ 65 741 76 










XXI. Central Power Plant 


$ 181,123.00 


$ 5.501.85 






$ 186,624 85 








XXII. Miscellaneous and General: 
Bursaries 


$ 7,500.00 

10.000.00 

3,850.00 

1,500.00 


$ 271.00 






$ 7,771.00 
2 332 82 


Contingencies 


.$ 7,667.18 
81.24 

711.42 




Publications and Societies. . . 






3,768 76 


Receptions to Societies and 
University \'isitors 






788.58 


Senate Elections 






Travelling Expenses 


1,700.00 

n): 




506.04 




1,193.96 


(Transferred to Administratio 
Auditor's Fees 








Central Stores 












Convocation Expenses .... 












Grounds 












Insurance 












Law Costs 












Protective Service 












Taxes 












Telephones 


























$ 24,550.00 


$ 271.00 


$ 8,965.88 




$ 15,855 12 








XXIII. Capital Account Charges: 


$ 119,153.00 








$ 119,153 00 












XXIV. Special Research: 

Departmental Appropriations 


$ 16,850.00 
10,000.00 




$ 563.61 




$ 16.286.39 


Banting and Best 




10 000 00 














$ 26,850.00 




563.61 




S 26.286.39 



30 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



RECAPITULATION 



Appro- 
priation 



Supple- 
mentary 



Unused 



Eaton, 
Rockefeller 
and Wall- 
berg Funds 



Total 



I. Administration 

II. Library 

III. Athletics, Physical 

Training, etc 

IV^. Examinations (Trans- 

ferred to Adminis- 
tration) 

V. Royal Ontario 

Museum 

\'I. Faculty of Arts, Uni- 

versity and Uni- 
versity College. . . . 

VII. Faculty of Medicine. 

VI I I. School of Hygiene .. . 

IX. Faculty of Applied 

Science 

X. Faculty of Dentistry. 
XL Faculty of Household 

Science 

XII. Faculty of Forestry. . 

XIII. Faculty of Music. . . . 
XI\'. School of Graduate 

Studies 

XV. School of Nursing. . . 

XVI. School of Social Work 

XVII. School of Physical and 

Health Education . 

X\'III. University Extension 

and Publicity 

XIX. Men's Residences. . . . 

XX. Women's Residences 

and Union 

XXI. Central Power Plant. 

XXII. Miscellaneous and 

General 

XXIII. Capital Account 

Charges 

XXIV. Special Research .... 



Unused 

Charged to Revenue. 



376.320.00 
111,490.00 

&1,115.00 



81,000.00 



$ 11.669,75 
243.80 

4,910.22 



13,764.20 
5,299.27 

141.07 



887,028. 
359,823. 



131.96 
6,493.52 



37,221.71 
18,735.15 



343,726 
125,555 

40,775 
25,380, 
15,700, 

4,665. 

9,500. 

15,250. 



63.73 
11,624.49 



14,731.29 
1,517.71 

991 . 74 
681.28 
220.68 

144.32 



14,900.00 



54,350. 
15,815. 

73,000. 
181,123. 



432.00 
15,312.77 



24,550.00 



5,501.85 
271.00 



119,153 
26,850, 



$2,967,068.00 

$ 58,251.90 
$2,908,816.10 



$56,655.09 



239.72 

1,091.66 

1,344.77 
1,994.69 

7,258.24 
8,965.88 



563.61 



67,831.04 
38,495.94 

20,000.00 



49,983.50 



$ 374,225.55 
106,434.53 

65,884.15 



81,000.00 



849,938.25 

415,412.41 

38,495.94 

349,058.44 
1.35,661.78 

39,783.26 
24,698.72 
15,479.32 

4,520.68 
59,483.50 
15,010.28 

14,240.34 

68,318.00 
13,820.31 

65,741.76 
186,624.85 

15,855.12 

119,153.00 
26,286.39 



114,906.99 
56,655.09 



$ 176,310.48 



,085,126.58 
176,310.48 



$ 58,251.90 



$2,908,816.10 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 31 

I. ADMINISTRATION 

Salaries 

(All salaries, except where otherwise stated, are for 12 months to 30 June, 1943) 

President's Office 

Hon. H. J. Cody, LL.D., President: 

Salar>' S 12,300 . 00 

Expenses 1,500.00 

§13,800.00 



Miss A. MacGillivray, Secretary to the President (paid also $250.00 as 

Secretary, Faculty of Music) 2.000 . 00 

Leonard Smith, Attendant and Messenger; also Bedel 1,300.00 



S 17,100.00 



Bursar's Office 

C. E. Higginbottom, Bursar and Secretary to the Board of Governors 

(paid also $255.00 from Special Fund's) $ 5,500.00 

Accounts Branch: 
Accountants: 

J. A. Gair, General Funds, at $2,400; on War Service; Honorar- 
ium for Temporary Assistance $50; Contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 872 122 . 00 

G. L. Court, Trust Funds, at $2,300; on War Service; Con- 
tribution to Pension Fund 69 . 00 

H. E. McBride, Acting Accountant (paid also §110. from Special 

Funds) 2,200 . 00 

Miss E. Crookshanks, Assistant Accountant, 6 mos. at §1,350; 

6 mos. at $1,450 (paid also $75. from Special Funds) 1,400.00 

Bookkeepers: 

W. U. Macfarlane, 6 mos. at $1,300; 6 mos. at $1,400 (paid 

also $75. from Special Funds) 1,350.00 

H. Pouwels, at §1.300; resigned 31 Julv 108.33 

Miss M. R. Howitt, 6 mos. at $900; 6 mos. at §1,000 (paid 

also $45. from Special Funds) 950.00 

J. R. Prince, at §1,100; on W'ar Service; contribution to Pen- 
sion Fund 27 . 50 

M. Holditch, 1 mo. at §900; 5 mos. at $1,000; on War Service, 
at $1,100, from 8 January (paid also $50. from Special 
Funds) 684. 18 

Temporary' Bookkeepers: 

John Seath (paid also $55. from Special Funds) 1,200.00 

R. A. McMurtrie, part-time at $1,200. from 21 October (paid 

also $50. from Special Funds) 620 . 17 

H. Cuming. 2 weeks, 2 days at §15; 5 mos. at $17. per week 

(paid also $35. from Special Funds) 415.50 

F. S. Jamieson, from 20 May at $1.200 138.76 

W. J. Duthie, 3 weeks at §100. per month 70.97 

Miss E. Long, Appropriations Ledger Clerk (paid also $85. 

from Special Funds) 1,700.00 

Miss \'. Whitehead. Assistant Appropriations Ledger Clerk, 

6 mos. at §1,100; 6 mos. at §1,200 (paid also $60. from 

Special Funds) 1,150.00 

Clerks: 

Miss F. M. Quinlivan, 6 mos. at $1,050; 6 mos. at $1,100 (paid 

also $50. from Special Funds) 1,075.00 

Miss G. L Haight, 6 mos. at $900; 6 mos. at $1,050 (paid also 

$50. from Special Funds) 975.00 

Mrs. B. E. Berrw 6 mos. at $900; 6 mos. at $1,000 (paid also 

$50. from Special Funds) 950 . 00 

Miss C. E. Blunt. 6 mos. at §900; 6 mos. at $1,000 (paid also 

$35. from Special Funds) 950 . 00 

Miss S. Barnum, 5 weeks at $15; at $900. from 3 August to 31 

December; at $1,000. from 1 January (paid also $35. from 

Special Funds) 944 . 83 

Miss P. R. Nimmo, 1 mo. at $15. per week; 5 mos. at $900; 6 

mos. at $1,000 (paid also $35. from Special Funds) 942 . 50 



32 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Miss O. Charles, at $15 per week from 18 September to 31 
December; at S900 from 1 January (paid also $35 from 

Special Funds) $ 672 . 50 

Miss M. Parsons. 1 mo. at $15 per week; 6 mos. at $900 (paid 

also $35 from Special Funds) 517 . 50 

Fees Branch; 

Miss E. B. Goodwin, Chief Clerk (paid also $100 from Special 

Funds) 2,250.00 

G. M. Grant. Cashrer (paid also $80 from Special Funds) 1,800.00 

Record Clerks; 

Mrs. Isobel McCormick, 6 mos. at $1,000; 6 mos. at $1,100 

(paid also $50 from Special Funds) 1,050.00 

Miss A. de Wvnter, 6 mos. at $950; 6 mos. at $1,050 (paid also 

$50 from'Special Funds) 1,000.00 

Miss H. James, 3 weeks, 4 days at $15; 6 mos. at $900 (paid 

also $35 from Special Funds) 535.00 

Secretarial Branch; 

Miss M. Burns, Secretary to the Bursar (paid also $100 from 

Special Funds) 2,100.00 

Miss M. Donovan, Assistant, 6 mos. at $1,050; 6 mos. at $1,150 

(paid also $55 from Special Funds) 1,100.00 

Miss Si. Austin, Appointments and Pensions (paid also $85 from 

Special Funds) 1,800.00 

Miss M. L. Lillie, Assistant, 6 mos. at $1,000; 6 mos. at $1,100 

(paid also $50. from Special Funds) 1,050.00 

Clerks: 

Mrs. Jov L. Stuckev, 6 mos. at $1,050; 6 mos. at $1,100 (paid 

als6 $50 from Special Funds) 1,075.00 

Miss M. V. Ruddle, 6 mos. at $900; 6 mos. at $1,000 (paid also 

$50 from Special Funds) 950.00 

Miss E. Baillie, from 10 September to 31 December at $15 per 

week; at $900 from 1 January (paid also $35 from Special 

Funds) 707.50 

Miss E. M. Paine, at $950; resigned 31 August 158.34 

Clerical Assistants (Temporary); 

Miss J. M. Davis, part-time at $15 per week and $3.00 per day. . 416.38 
Miss M. Smith, 21 weeks, 1 day at $15 and $16 (paid also $35 

from Special Funds) 338.00 

Mrs. Helen M. Lilley, 15 weeks, 1 day at $20 and $22 330.01 

Mrs. E. Allison, 14 weeks at $900 242.20 

R. Freeman, 4 weeks, 4 days at $15 70.00 

Mrs. A. Patterson, 3 weeks, 3 days at $900 60.54 

Comptometer Operators (Temporary): 

Mrs. Jennie Houldsworth. Wi days at $5.00 22.50 

Mrs. Lillian Baird, 3 days at $5.00 15 . 00 

$ 41,804.21 

Registrar's Office 

A. B. Fennell, Registrar $ 5,300.00 

A. T. Laidlaw, Assistant Registrar 4,300 00 

Assistants; 

Miss E. Hargreaves, at $2,100; retired 31 December; 3 mos. 

honorarium on account of Income Tax $87.30 1,137.30 

Miss I. E. Eraser, 6 mos. at $1,500; 6 mos. at $1,600 1,550.00 

Miss J. L. .Stephens. 6 mos. at $1,100; 6 mos. at $1.200 1,150.00 

Miss J. E. Booth, at $900 from 1 January (paid also $423.50 in 

Roll of Honour Service) 450 . 00 

Graduates' Register: 

Clerks: 

Miss M. F. Thompson 1,500.00 

Miss B. G. \an Allen 1,500.00 

Miss R. D. Wythe 1,000.00 

Miss B. J. Teagle, 1-6 weeks, 4 days at $15; at $900 from 1 

November 850.00 

Miss G. Lawrenson ~ 650,00- 

Miss E. F. Clark, 233^ weeks at $15 and $18 405.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



33 



Clerks: 

Miss A. S. Meen $ 1,700.00 

Miss J. E. Woods 1,000.00 

Miss E. M. Sharpe, Secretary to the Registrar 1,700.00 

Stenographers: 

Miss E. M. Fasken, resigned 30 June 1.500.00 

Miss D. A. Woods, at Sl,050; on war service from January 711 .37 

Mrs. Dorothy Dungan, 25 weeks, 2 days at $18 456.00 

Mrs. F. M. Parnall, 6 weeks at S18.00 108.00 

Mrs. F. G. Hennessey, 4 davs at $4.00 16.00 

Miss P. Parker, 1 day 4 . 00 

Clerical Assistants (Temporary): 

Miss H. E. Bonter, from 12 April at $100. per month 263.33 

\'. Fennell, 413 4 hours at 50 cents 206.75 

A. W. Gowans, 315 hours at 50 cents 157.50 

Miss A. I. Firth, 7 weeks, 2 days at $18 132.00 

Miss M. R. McKeown, 5 weeks, 5 davs at $18 105.00 

Miss K. M. Hallidav, 632 weeks at $i5 97.50 

Miss A. L. Woods, 3 weeks at $15 • 45.00 

Miss Ethel Clarke, 1 week 18.00 

Mrs. F. P. Llovd, 1834 hours at 60 cents 10.95 

A. W. Buie, 3 days at $1.50 4.50 

D. W. Moleski, 2 days at $1.50 3.00 

Filing Clerks: 

J. D. Fetherston, at $650; on war service 

J. Massingberd. at $12 per week from 1 Julv to 5 December 272.00 

F. Barber, at $12 per week from 3 December to 30 June 360.00 



$ 28,663.20 



Superintendent's Office 

A. D. LePan, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds (paid also $250 

from Special Funds) $ 6,500 . 00 

W. H. Bonus. Assistant Superintendent, at $4,500; on war service; 

contribution to Pension Fund 160.00 

Assistants: 

G. D. Maxwell, at $3,700 plus $600 additional for duration of 

war (paid also $250 from Special Funds) 4,300.00 

E. G. Moogk, at $2,800; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 77.00 

J. Shortreed, at $2,800; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 84.00 

W. L. D. Carnie, Chief Clerk (paid also $116.28 from Special Funds) . . 2,500.00 
Miss R. M. Rankin, Stenographer (paid also $60.44 from Special Funds) 1,300.00 

Clerks: 

Miss A. K. Wynn (paid also $67.44 from Special Funds) 1,450.00 

?iliss E. Xicklin (paid also $67.44 from Special Funds) 1,450.00 

Miss'M. R. LeGrow (paid also $46.51 from Special Funds) 1,000.00 

Miss B. Hart (paid also $46.51 from Special Funds) 1,000.00 

Miss E. J. Henry (paid also $39.53 from Special Funds) 850.00 

Miss M. Cook, at $16 per week; on war service from 2 March. ... - 693.35 

Temporary Assistants: 

W. Robson (paid also $116 from Special Funds) 2,507.50 

A. J. Butlin (paid also $112.56 from Special Funds) 2,427.50 

R. L. Derbvshire, at $45 per week from 10 Februarv (paid also 

$64.65 from Special Funds) ' 880.00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss L. Hartley, at $13.50 and $15.00 per week (paid also $36.30 

from Special Funds) 755 . 25 

Miss M. Thompson, part-time at $15 and $16 (paid also in Post 

Office and $38.70 from Special Funds) 675 . 83 

Miss E. Nicol, part-time at $15 per week to 3 October 185.00 

Miss C. Macklem, 10 weeks, 4 days at $16 170.68 

Mrs. J. Moodv, 8 weeks at $15 120.00 

Miss J. Hill, 4 weeks at $14 56.00 



S 29,142.11 



34 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Miscellaneous 

J. B. Bickersteth, Warden, Hart House, at $4,500; on war service; con- 
tribution to Pension Fund 



$ 180.00 



$ 180.00 
$116,889.52 



Pensions and Retiring Allowances 

University's Contribution to Pension Funds for the year ended 30 
June, 1943: 

Remitted to Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association, New 
York, for credit of retiring allowances funded there (original 

contributory plan) $39,907 . 67 

Less paid by: 

Toronto Conservatorv of Music $100.00 

M. J. C. Lazier ' 110.40 

210.40 

Credited to Academic Pension Fund (formerly non-contributory 
plan) • • • 

Credited to Employees' Pension Fund (Administrative and Clerical 
Employees) 

Sundry Annual Allowances (voted separately and not chargeable to 
above funds) paid as detailed below: 

Sir Robert Falconer $10,000.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie Foundation $ 995.00 

Academic Pension Fund 1,405.00 

2,400.00 

$ 7,600.00 

Dr. F. A. Moure $ 3,600.00 

Less payable from: 

Carnegie Foundation $1,305.00 

Academic Pension Fund 1,743.27 

3,048.27 

551 . 73 

H. H. Langton 400.00 

D. J. Clark 250.00 

Widows' Allowances: 

Mrs. M. Hope Gillespie 900.00 

Mrs. Christian Lynn 375.00 



President's Office 

Office supplies, postage, printing and incidentals: 

President H. J. Cody, sundry disbursements 

Postage 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 



68.81 

68.00 

835.58 

21.67 



$ 39,697.27 
32,000.00 
27,532.43 



10,076.73 
$109,306.43 



$ 994.06 



Bursar's Office 

Office supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($4,587.70): 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., electric adding machine, $315.90; 

maintenance of machines, ribbons, etc $ 413.24 

Bernard Cairns, rubber stamps, repairs 26.59 

Business Furniture Co., desks, chairs 81 .00 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, safety paper for cheques, $174.55, 

less allowance, $130.00 44.55 

Copeland-Chatterson, ledger sheets _. 46.61 

Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, 

membership dues 10. 00 

General Office Furniture Co., desk, chair 42.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



35 



Grand & Toy, Board of Governors' Agenda Books for Board Meet- 
ings, $131.60; Board Room Table for Agenda Books, $39.50; 

desk trays, files, cheques, etc $ 426.65 

Lion Duplicator Co. of Canada, duplicator, $24.50; stencils, ink, 

etc 60.65 

Might Directories, city directory 32 . 40 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet, $88.00; folders, etc. 217.05 

Postage 738.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 70.55 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter maintenance 38.50 

University Extension Department, stencils 33.90 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,425. 17 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 16.75 

The Bursar, sundry disbursements: meals for staff for overtime 
in connection with closing of books, "War Research State- 
ments," etc., $661.00; allowance for use of car, banking, 
$100.00; carfares, $49.73; sundries, $23.50; exchange on 
cheques and postal notes, $15.14, less credit on exchange, 

$85.80 763 . 57 

The Bursar, travelling expenses to New York to attend the annual 
meeting of the Eastern Association of College and University 

Business Officers 87.94 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $8.10; material, $4.00; customs 

duty, 48 cents 12 . 58 

Stamp Taxes on Cheques ($1,442.22): 

Bank Service Charges 122 . 22 

Receiver General of Canada, inland revenue stamps 1,320.00 

Prepayment of Fees — Inauguration ($199.75): 
Cashiers, etc.: 

12 students for 3 days at $3.00 per day 

1 student for 4 davs at $3.00 per day 120.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 13.80 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $39.91; material, $26.04 65.95 

Mechanical Accounting Equipment for Bursar's Office: 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., payroll accounting machine, 

$2,400.00 

Sales tax on accounting machine purchased in 1941-42, $130.75. . 

Booklet — "The University of Toronto, Its Work and Needs": 

University Press, printing booklets $ 1,564.84 

Postage on booklets mailed to Graduates 300.00 

Auditors' Fees: 

Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth and Nash, annual remuneration. . . . 

Insurance: 

Major Premiums — three years: 
General Schedule: 

British American Insurance Co $3,300.00 

London & Lancashire Insurance Co 2,791 .25 

British Traders' Insurance Co 2,750.00 ' 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 2,200.00 

Travellers' Fire Insurance Co 2,062 . 50 

Sun Insurance Office 1,925.00 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co 1,925.00 

Insurance Co. of North America 1,773.75 

British Northwestern Fire Insurance Co 1,457.50 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co 1,416.25 

Scottish Union and National Insurance Co 1,375.00 

W'estern Assurance Co 1,306.25 

/Etna Insurance Co 1,100.00 

Atlas Assurance Co 1,100.00 

Federal Fire Insurance Co 1,100.00 

General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Co 1,100.00 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co 1,100.00 

Wellington Fire Insurance Co 1,100.00 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of London 1,045.00 



$ 6,229.67 

$ 2,530.75 

$ 1,864.84 

$ 3,000.00 



36 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co SI ,031 . 25 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of Hartford 990.00 

Alliance Assurance Co 907 . 50 

Beaver Fire Insurance Co 825.00 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 825.00 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation 825.00 

Essex and Suffolk Equitable Insurance Society 825.00 

New ^'ork Underwriters' Insurance Co 825.00 

Yorkshire Insurance Co 825.00 

British Canadian Insurance Co 673.75 

United British Insurance Co 632.50 

Roval Exchange Assurance Co. of London 563.75 

Caledonian Insurance Co 550.00 

Continental Insurance Co 550.00 

Great American Insurance Co 550.00 

Guardian Assurance Co 550.00 

Home I nsurance Co 550 00 

London Assurance Corporation 550.00 

Queen Insurance Co 550.00 , 

Royal Insurance Co 550.00 

British Crown Assurance Corporation 495.00 

New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co 495.00 

Scottish Canadian Assurance Co 495.00 

Union Assurance Society of London 495.00 

Dominion Fire Insurance Co 385.00 

British General Insurance Co 357.50 

Legal and General Assurance Society 357.50 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co 357.50 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation 357.50 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 357.50 

Pioneer Insurance Co 357.50 

Canadian Security Assurance Co 275.00 

British Empire Assurance Co 206.25 

Canadian General Insurance Co 206.25 

Canadian Surety Co 206.25 

Globe Indemnity Company of Canada 206.25 

Prudential Assurance Co. of London 206.25 

Southern Insurance Co 206.25 

London-Canada Assurance Co 151 . 25 



$52,250.00 



Other three-year policies: 

Commercial Union Assurance Co. (Connaught Labora- 
tories Farm) S 5.520.00 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co 3,547.54 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Co. (Dunlap Observa- 
tory) 252.00 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. (Dunlap 

Observatory) 252.00 



9,571.54 
§61,821.54 



One-third of above amount charged to Revenue, 1942- 

43 (balance carried forward) §20,607 . 18 

Miscellaneous: 

London Guarantee and Accident Co., (bonding of 

employees) S 73 . 10 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., (burglary- 

and hold-up) 42.50 

Casualty Company of Canada (glass breakage — 

Botanical greenhouses) 50 . 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission (permit and in- 
spection fee) 50 . 00 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, charg.^ for guarantee re 

safe-keeping of securities 150.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 37 



Automobiles: * 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., . 
Universitv-owned cars, $165.67; non-owner- 
ship coverage. §160.00 $ 325.67 

Accounts under $25.00 (6) 72 . 31 

$ 763.58 

$21,370.76 

Less credits 890. 68 

S 20,480.08 

Law Costs: 

Hamilton Cassels, K.C., taxed costs as Solicitor to the University 654.98 

Taxes : 

City Treasurer, first of five annual payments (continued for a 
second term of five years) in lieu of taxes on the following 
properties: 

Scott and Front Sts., 188 Vonge St., King St., Adelaide 

St., 151 Bloor St. West 7,500.00 

Unemployment Insurance: 

Canadian Postage Meter Machine, meter rental $ 120.00 

Receiver General of Canada, unemployment insurance 5.388. 17 



Registrar's Office 

Stationery, Office Supplies and Postage ($2,505.52): 

P. E. Hyde, subscription to daily papers $ 27.00 

Might Directories Ltd., city directory. 43.20 

Mimeograph Co.. stencil paper, ink 59.90 

Murdoch Duplicator & Stationery, carbon paper 37.50 

Office Specialtv Manufacturing Co., cabinet, $48.00, cards 190.88 

Postage ' 1,453 . 24 

Robins & Townsend, typewriter inspections 21 . 20 

E. G. Taylor, addressograph machine inspections 10.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., rental 1 1 . 63 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 582.07 

Accountsunder $10.00 (7) 34.70 

The Registrar, sundry disbursements 14.43 

Occasional assistance. Miss F. P. Lloyd, 29 hours at 63 cents per 

hour 18.40 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1.00; material. 37 cents 1.37 

Roll of Service ($620.00): 

Miss K. A. Bennett, 4 2 3 weeks at $15.00 per week 70.00 

Miss J. E. Booth, 24 5/6 weeks at $15.00 per week 385.00 

Miss M. E. Wilson, 9 8 11 weeks at $15.00 per week 165.00 

Printing, including Arts Calendar, Curricula and cost of Students' 
Directory ($2,541.84): 

University Press: 

Calendars, curricula, etc 1,552.56 

Students' Directory 989 . 28 



Less credits: Proceeds from sale of Students' Directory $505.12 

Sale of material 90 . 00 

Minister of Education. Province of Ontario, to cover cost 

of matriculation e.xaminations, incidental expenses. 52.50 



$ 5,667.36 



647.62 



Convocation Expenses: 

Harcourts Ltd., repairs to hoods, etc $ 42 . 99 

Universitv Press, copies of programmes 216. 17 

Accounts'under $10.00 (5) 20.75 



5,508.17 



$ 5.019.74 



279.91 



38 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Examinations: 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ .50 






$ .50 




$ 3.00 




3.00 


10.50 






10.50 




24.00 




24.00 






$ 9.00 


9.00 


5.75 






5.75 


7.23 






7.23 


5.75 






5.75 


26.75 






26.75 


7.50 


12.00 




19.50 


45.00 






45.00 


24.98 






24.98 




30.00 




30.00 


13.15 






13.15 


45.00 






45.00 


90.00 






90.00 


1.88 


30.00 




31.88 


8.00 






8.00 




27.00 




27.00 


22.90 






22.90 


3.88 


24.00 




27.88 


5.25 






5.25 


5.25 






5.25 


6.84 




43.50 


50.34 


3.00 






3.00 






34.50 


34.50 






3.00 


3.00 


8.25 






8.25 


11.50 






11.50 


9.88 






9.88 






1.50 


1.50 


2.50 






2.50 


2.50 






2.50 


30.50 


3.00 




33.50 


1.90 






1.90 


7.42 






7.42 




45.00 




45.00 






51.00 


51.00 


19.00 






19.00 


15.00 






15.00 


33.25 


6.00 




39.25 


9.63 






9.63 


17.75 






17.75 


11.75 






11.75 






25.50 


25.50 


8.00 






8.00 




24.00 




24.00 


10.25 






10.25 




12.00 




12.00 


3.25 






3.25 


45.00 






45.00 


42.50 






42.50 






1.50 


1.50 


5.50 






5.50 


10.25 


27.00 




37.25 


18.50 






18.50 


8.25 






8.25 






6,00 


6.00 




3.00 


10.50 


13.50 


20.25 






20.25 


45.00 






45.00 


10.75 






10.75 


1.00 






1.00 


15.75 






15.75 


48.50 






48.50 



Abel, Mrs. M. R 

Adams, Mrs. G 

Adams, S. M 

Adamson, A. P. C. . . 

Adelman, M 

Alford. E. J. G 

Allcut, E. A 

Anderson, J. M 

Anderson, P. G 

Andison, J. G 

Anglin, A 

Angus, R. W 

Anthes, R. G 

Ardagh, E. G. R 

Armour, R. G 

Armstrong, H. G 

Arthur, E. R 

Bailey, D. L 

Baillie, W. H. T 

Bain, J. W 

Balthazard, Miss I. G 

Bannan, M. W 

Banting, E. W 

Barclay, T. B 

Barnes, C 

Barnett, T. A. M.. . . 

Baxter, Miss W 

Beamish, F. E 

Beatty, S 

Bell, H. G 

Bell, R. J. R 

Belyea, E. S. W 

Berchmans, Sr. M.. . . 

Bernhardt, K. S 

Berry, Miss D. F. J.. 

Best, C. H 

Birk, L. A 

Blacklock, Miss H. . . 
Blackwood, W. C. . . . 

Bladen, V. W 

Boeschenstein, H.. . . 
Bondy, Rev. L. J.. .. 

Boswell, M. C 

Boyd, Wm 

Bradley, Miss E. M.. 

Brady, A 

Brauer, R 

Brieger, P. H 

Britton, Mrs. F. H... 
Brodie, Miss J. B.. . . 

Brooks, E. F 

Brown, Alan 

Brown, G 

Brown, G. W 

Brown, R. J 

Br>'ant, L. R 

Buchanan, M. A 

Bumby, Miss F 

Bunker, M. L 

Burk, J. D 

Burnham, H. H 

Burt-Gerrans, J. T.. . 

Burton, E. F 

Cairns, G 

Cameron, G. C 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



39 



Remuner- 


1 






ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 45.00 






$ 45.00 


45.00 






45.00 


6.67 


$ 27.00 




33.67 


50.00 






50.00 




15.00 




15.00 




12.00 


$ 7.50 


19.50 


2.50 






2.50 




12.00 




12.00 


5.75 






5.75 


6.25 


57.00 




63.25 


22.00 






22.00 


34.25 






34.25 


19.00 






19.00 




39.60 




39.60 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 


5.50 


24.00 




29.50 


11.50 






11.50 


6.25 






6.25 


45.00 






45.00 


16.50 






16.50 


5.25 






5.25 


40.75 






40.75 


7.13 






7.13 




3.00 




3.00 






30.00 


30.00 


77.50 






77.50 


18.88 






18.88 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 






48.00 


48.00 


6.00 






6.00 


24.75 






24.75 


33.90 






33.90 




21.00 




21.00 


5.25 


24.00 




29.25 


3.00 






3.00 


7.40 


30.00 




37.40 


16.50 






16.50 


10.00 






10.00 






9.00 


9.00 




30.00 




30.00 






13.50 


13.50 




3.00 




3.00 


45.00 






45.00 


19.50 






19.50 


10.75 






10.75 






7.50 


7.50 


22.25 






22.25 


2.63 






2.63 


76.75 






76.75 


1.67 






1.67 


5.50 






5.50 






15.00 


15.00 


11.75 






11.75 






13.50 


13.50 






19.50 


19.50 


45.00 






45.00 




33.00 




33.00 




18.00 




18.00 


8.00 






8.00 


5.50 


27.00 




32.50 




9.00 


7.50 


16.50 




3.00 




3.00 






1.50 


1.50 




30.00 




30.00 




18.00 




18.00 


8.62 






8.62 


2.50 






2.50 



Campbell, A. A 

Campbell, W. R 

Cano, J 

Carscadden, W. G 

Carswell, W. E 

Cartwright, Miss M.. . . 

Carver. H. S. M.. 

Cass-Beggs, D. N 

Castell, C. H 

Cates, H. A 

Chapman, R. K 

Clark. C. C 

Clarkson, F. A 

Clawson, W. H 

Cleaver, E. E 

Coatsworth, Miss H. R 
Coburn, Miss K. H.. . . 

Cockburn, J. R 

Cole, Miss A. C 

Cole, C. E. C 

Cole, F. L 

Coleman, L. C 

Conboy, F. J 

Cook, Miss A. L 

Cook, T. W 

Coper, R 

Corrigan, C. A 

Cosbie, W. G 

Cosgrave, Rev. F. H.. . 

Couch, J. H..... 

Courtice, H. A 

Coventry, A. F 

Cowling, T 

Cox, M. A 

Coxeter, H. S. M 

Craigie, E. H 

Crawford, M. F 

Crerar, S. R 

Crouch, S. S 

Culbert, M. R 

Dakin, L. H 

Dale, E. A 

Dale, M. R. M 

Dale, Miss U 

Danis, J. T 

Davey, A 

Dawson, R. M 

de Jong, S. H 

DeLury, D. B . 

Despard, Miss D. \'. .. 

Detweiler, H. K 

Dexter, Miss R. V.. . . 

Dickson, G. H 

Dodington, E. L 

Dore, Rev. J. W 

Doucet, \V. F 

Drover, C. E 

Duff, T.A.J 

Dunbar, W. B 

Dwight, T. W 

Dymond, J. R 

Edison, G 

Edwards, G. R 

Eggleton, W. G. E. . . . 
Emmett, Miss M. A.. . 

Endicott, N. J 

Etkins, B.. 

Evans, E. V 

Evans, Rev. K. C 



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Falconer, J. G 

Farquharson, R. F 

Farrar, C. B 

Farrar, S. G 

Fennell, V 

Ferguson, F. L 

Fidlar, E 

FitzGerald, G. W 

Flenley, R 

Ford, Dr. Norma H. C. 

Fowler, \V. J. R 

Fraser, D. T 

Fraser, W. R 

Frumkin, A 

Fr>'e, H. \ 

Fulmer, H. L 

Funnell, W. S 

Gaby, R. E 

Gallie, W. E 

Gardiner, W. J 

George, R. K 

Glover, J. S 

Glynn, W. S 

Goble, H. W 

Godfrey, R. J 

Goggio, E 

Good\vin-\Mlson, R. . . . 
Gopal-Ayengar, A. R... 

Goudge, T. A 

Gould, S. H 

Graham, Mrs. A. R. . . . 

Graham, R. R 

Graham, R. R 

Grant, G. P 

Grant, J. C. B 

Grant, J. D 

Grav, Jessie 

Greey, P. H 

Guess, G. A 

Gunvaldsen, K. M 

Ham, A. W 

Hamilton, F. C 

Hamilton, F. \V 

Hamly, D. H 

Hampson, Mrs. H 

Hancock, M. L 

Harkness, \V. J. K 

Harris, C. W 

Hart, C. W. M 

Hedman. T 

Hehvig, C. E 

Henderson, R. C 

Henderson, \'. L 

Henderson, W E 

Hepburn, John 

Heringa, Miss L 

Hicks. R. K 

Hilchev. H. St. C 

Hill, D. C 

Hogg, Mrs. H. S 

Holman. W. L 

Hosie, R. C 

Houpert, J. A 

Howland, G. W 

Huggins, M. W 

Hughes, F. N 

Humber, C. M 

Humphreys, H. L 

Hunter, A 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



102.50 
88.00 
36.63 



5.75 
11.50 

5.00 

8.13 

15.75 

10.50 

5.25 

7.75 

9.00 

6.25 

90.00 

16.00 

10.75 

8.00 

31.50 



6.00 

12.63 

5.75 

5.25 
2.88 
2.63 
7.00 
50.00 

5.00 

45.00 
14.00 
34.25 
22.00 

5.50 
45.00 

7.00 



5.75 
2.50 
45.00 
11.75 
5.00 
8.63 

5.25 
19.13 
77.00 

2. 



8.63 

5.25 

17.25 

5.25 

5.00 

45.00 

36.37 

59.25 

13.00 
13.25 



Presiding 
Officer 



$ 45.00 



39.00 



45.00 
27.00 



33.00 
30.00 



Attend- 
ance 



Totals 



$ 13.50 



1.50 



10.50 



36.00 
30.00 



30.00 

21.00 
30.00 

12.00 
3.00 



10.50 



30.00 



19.50 
30.00 



39.00 



1.50 
15.00 



28.50 



9.00 



102.50 
88.00 
36.63 
13.50 
45.00 

5.75 
11.50 

1.50 

5.00 

8.13 
15.75 
10.50 
10.50 
44.25 

7.75 

9.00 

6.25 
90.00 
16.00 
10.75 

8.00 
31.50 
10.50 
45.00 

6.00 
39.63 

5.75 
30.00 
38.25 
32.88 

2.63 

7.00 
50.00 
19.50 

5.00 
30.00 
45.00 
14.00 
34.25 
22.00 

5.50 
45.00 

7.00 
36.00 
39.00 
35.75 

2.50 
45.00 
11.75 

5.00 
10.13 
15.00 

5.25 
19.13 
77.00 

2.88 
30.00 
28.50 

8.63 

5.25 
17.25 
26.25 
35.00 
45.00 
48.37 
59.25 

9.00 
16.00 
13.25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



41 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



Presiding 
Officer 



Attend- 
ance 



Totals 



Hunter, J 

Hurst, R. O 

Innis, H. A 

Ireton, H. J. C 

Irvine, O. R 

Israel, Mrs. G. W 

Jackes, Miss M. B 

Jackson, K. B 

Jackson, W. J. S 

Janes, R. M 

Jaques, L. B 

Jeanneret, F. C. A 

Jenking. Miss R. I 

Johnson, J. H 

Jones, H. C 

Jones, T. H 

Keegan, R 

Kendall, E. W 

Kenrick, F. B 

Ketchum, J. D 

Kirkwood, Mrs. M. M.. 

Klem, L.J 

Knox, R. G 

Knox, R. S 

Kreutzer, J 

Krieger, Miss C. C 

Krueger, L. F 

Laidfaw, Mrs. A. T. . . . 
Laidlaw, Mrs. M. K.... 

Laidlaw, R. E 

Laing, Miss J. C 

Laird. R. C 

Langford, R. R 

Laskin, B 

Laughlin, W. H. M.. . . 

Lazier, M. J. C 

Ledoux, Mme. J 

Legget, R. F 

Lehmann, A. J. \' 

Leitch, Mrs. Aida 

Le Mesurier, A. B 

Leslie, C. W 

Le \ esconte. Miss H. P. 

Lewis, E. P 

Lewis, F. I 

Leyerle. D. B 

Lick, Mrs. Mary F 

Logan, H. A 

Lord, G. R 

Lorriman, F. R 

Loudon, Miss I. M 

Low, D. M 

Lucas. G. H. W 

McAndrew, \V. J 

McArthur, Miss M. F.. 

MacCallum, H. R 

McCullough. \V. S 

McCurdy. W. J 

MacDonald, A. E 

Macdonald, E. W 

Macdonald, J. F 

McDonald, J. L 

MacDonald, Miss M. D 

MacDonell, M 

McDougall, D. J 

MacElhinnev, W. G.. . . 

McGilvray, C. D 

MacGregor, D. C 



119.75 
5.25 

7.00 



5.50 
27.25 
45.00 
6.00 
2.50 
5.25 



2.75 
5.25 

2.87 
16.00 

9.75 
19 00 

8.00 

2.50 

21.40 

28.25 

16.50 

4.88 



5.25 

42.25 

13.50 

5.75 

20.50 

16.38 
6.75 

45.00 

11.00 
21.62 
50.00 



3.75 
5.25 
5.50 
11.25 
18.87 
6.00 
4.88 

10.25 
7.75 

10.50 

45.00 
5.25 
2.50 

45.00 



9.00 

31.50 
5.00 



3.00 
6.00 

51.00 



$ 18.00 



22.50 



27.00 



27.00j 
33.00J 

18.00 



6.00 

51.00 
12.00 



21.00 

12.00 
12.00 

3.00 

90.00 
30.00 

30.00 
45.00 



1.50 



6.00 
42.00 



22.50 



19.50 



15.00 
1.50 



42 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 11.25 






$ 11.25 


15.75 






15.75 


8.00 






8.00 


7.04 


$ 3.00 




10.04 


5.25 






5.25 


9.00 






9.00 


6.00 






6.00 


5.25 






5.25 


11.38 






11.38 


2.50 






2.50 


42.69 






42.69 


26.50 






26.50 


5.25 






5.25 






$ 12.00 


12.00 


45.00 






45.00 


45.00 






45.00 


10.50 






10.50 


1.75 






1.75 


9.25 






9.25 


5.75 






5.75 


45.00 






45.00 


9.50 






9.50 


8.50 






8.50 




45.00 




45.00 


1.90 






1.90 




36.00 


12.00 


48.00 


5.00 






5.00 


5.25 






5.25 






30.00 


30.00 


30.50 






30.50 






27.00 


27.00 






19.50 


19.50 




27.00 




27.00 


•2.63 






2.63 




6.00 




6.00 




24.00 




24.00 


29.37 


18.00 




47.37 






12.00 


12.00 


2.88 






2.88 


31.75 






31.75 






24.00 


24.00 


5.25 


39.00 




44.25 


5.50 


24.00 




29.50 


2.50 






2.50 






10.50 


10.50 


45.00 






45.00 


7.88 






7.88 


5.25 






5.25 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 


30.00 




35.25 






9.00 


9.00 






31.50 


31.50 


2.63 






2.63 






15.00 


15.00 




6.00 


15.00 


21.00 


5.25 






5.25 


37.25 






37.25 




27.00 




27.00 


5.50 






5.50 






15.00 


15.00 


5.25 






5.25 


6.25 






6.25 


25.50 






25.50 


30.75 






30.75 




21.00 




21.00 


45.00 






45.00 


5.25 






5.25 




24.00 




24.00 




27.00 




27.00 



Mclhvraith, T. F 

Mcintosh, R. A 

Mcintosh, R. S 

Mcintosh, W. G 

Mclntyre, R. B 

MacLachlan, J. D 

McLaughlin, R. R 

MacLean, A 

McLean, E. C 

MacLean, K 

MacMillan, Sir Ernest. 
McMurrich, Miss K. I.. 

McNallv, A. G 

McNeil,' D. J 

McPhedran, J. H 

McPhedran, W. F 

McRostie, G. P 

Madill, H. H 

Magner, VVm 

Mallory, A. R 

Maltby, E. J 

Marshall, T 

Marshall, T. R 

Mason, A. W 

Melson, J. W 

Milligan, G. L 

Misener, A. D 

Mitford, Mrs. M. T. C. 
Mjolsners, Verdine .... 

Moffatt, R. C 

Molinaro, J. A. R 

Moloney, J 

Montgomery, R. J 

Moore, E. S 

Morley, Miss Nina. . . . 

Morley, Miss S. G 

Morrison, C. F 

Morton, T. R. M 

Muckle, Rev. J. T 

Murray, D. W. G 

Neal, G. M 

Newcombe, J. A 

Noakes, F 

Northway, Miss M. L. . 

Occomore, H. E 

Oille, John 

Okulitch, V. J 

Owen, D. R. G 

Owen, T 

Panabaker, D. D 

Pancer, L 

Parke-Taylor, G. H.. .. 

Parsons, A. L 

Paterson, G. R 

Patrick, S. J 

Patterson, G. C 

Paul, E. W 

Peckham, J. VV 

Phelan, Rev. G. B 

Phoenix, W. L 

Pitt, A 

Plummer, Miss H. C . 

Pounder, I. R 

Pratt, E. J 

Pratt, Mrs. E. J 

Prendergast, D. J 

Price, H. W 

Price, Dr. R. Margarite 
Radforth, N. W 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



43 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 39.00 


$ 15.00 




S 54.00 


10.50 






10.50 


11.37 






11.37 


5.30 






5.30 


23.00 


24.00 




47.00 


45.00 






45.00 


6.00 






6.00 






$ 22.50 


22.50 


6.50 


60.00 




66.50 


13.00 






13.00 


9.50 






9.50 


45.00 






45.00 


5.50 






5.50 


45.00 






45.00 


12.75 






12.75 


45.00 






45.00 






6.00 


6.00 


26.95 






26.95 






21.00 


21.00 


45.00 






45.00 






1.50 


1.50 


5.00 






5.00 


2.20 




18.00 


20.20 




51.00 




51.00 


9.87 






9.87 


7.00 






7.00 


3.88 






3.88 


82.00 






82.00 


55.00 






55.00 


2.38 






2.38 


2.88 






2.88 


14.38 






14.38 


5.00 






5.00 






19.50 


19.50 


16.00 






16.00 


9.25 






9.25 






27.00 


27.00 


42.00 






42.00 






9.00 


9.00 






19.50 


19.50 


31.75 






31.75 


69.25 






69.25 


38.50 






38.50 


7.93 






7.93 


9.25 






9.25 






1.50 


1.50 


2.63 






2.63 


16.50 






16.50 


50.00 






50.00 




27.00 




27.00 


5.50 






5.50 


3.00 


30.00 




33.00 




3.00 


22.50 


25.50 






21.00 


21.00 


2.88 






2.88 


7.00 






7.00 


8.70 






8.70 


15.50 






15.50 


5.00 


36.00 




41.00 


98.33 






98.33 


3.12 






3.12 


16.25 


12.00 




28.25 


26.75 






26.75 


1.67 






1.67 




24.00 




24.00 


7.00 






7.00 


10.50 






10.50 


5.00 






5.00 


7.25 






7.25 



Rae, J. J 

Raithby, G. E 

Reaman, G. E 

Reed, Miss E. J 

Reid, J. E 

Reid, Spence 

Richardson, S. M 

Rickard, P. A 

Riddle, Miss W. C 

Riley, C. W 

Risdon, F. E 

Robert, J. X 

Roberts, Miss J. S 

Robertson, D. E 

Robinson, D. A. F 

Robinson, T. A 

Robinson. W. A 

Robinson, W. L 

Rogers, \Vm. S 

Rolph, F. W.. 

Ross, H. M 

Rouillard, CD 

Rowe, T. L 

Rubin, L. J 

Ruhnke, G. N 

Runions, A. D 

Rush, Rev. E. L 

Ryerson, E. S 

Rykert, H. E 

St. Ivan, Sister M 

St. John, Sister M 

St. Stanislaus, Sister M 

Salter, Miss M. D 

Sal\-adge, C. H 

Satterly, J 

Saunders, R. M 

Schnell, R. F 

Schofield, F. W 

Scott, D. P 

Scott, R 

Scott, T. N 

Scott, Wm. A 

Secord, W. E 

Selby, D. L 

Shanks, G 

Shapiro, Mrs. P. C 

Shaw, J. E 

Sheldon, J. M 

Shenstone, N. S 

ShepTierd, .A. L 

Sheppard. N. E 

Shook, Rev. L. K 

Simpson, S. D 

Sims, Miss E. M 

Sissons, C. B 

Smallfield, H. A 

Smith, E. A 

Smith, H. G 

Smith, I. W 

Smith, Leo 

Smith, Miss M. D 

Smith, V. G 

Snyder, E. S 

Solandt, D. V 

Spence, J.J 

Sproule, \V. H 

Staples, M. W 

Staples, W. E 

Sullivan, Rev. B. F. . . . 



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No. 12 



Remuner- 
ation to 
Examiner 



Presiding 
Officer 



Attend- 
ance 



Totals 



Surerus, J. A 

Synge, J. L 

Tait, M. D. C 

Tatham, G 

Tayler, N. H 

Taylor, Griffith 

Tavlor, J. C 

Tavlor, N. B 

Taylor, W. R 

Thompson, H. A 

Thompson, Dr. Margaret 

Thompson, R. W 

Thomson, C. L 

Thomson, J. Ellis 

Thomson, S. A 

Thordarson, Miss Laura. 

Tom, Dr. Mary 

Toomer, J. E 

Tosoni, A 

Townsend, G. F 

Treadgold, W. M 

Trethewev, W. H 

VanWyck, H. B 

Waddell, Miss M. E. G.. 

Walker, Miss E. I 

Walker, E. M 

Walters, J. A 

Warden, A 

Wasteneys, H 

Watson, M. B 

Watt, J. C 

Webber, W.J 

Weir, J. R 

Welty, Rev. E. J 

Wetmore, F. E. W 

W^ey, J. C 

White, Miss M. E 

Willan, Healey 

Willard, Miss A. C 

Williams, C. G. M 

Wilson, G. E 

Winnett, F. \' 

Wiren, R. C 

Wishart, D. E. S 

Wolfe, S. E 

Woodhouse, A. S. P 

Woodside, M. St. A 

Wookev, H. W 

Woollatt, Dr. S 

Wright, G. F 

Wright, M. L 

Wright, W. J. T 

Wright, W. W 

Wynne, A. M 

Young, L 

Young, Rev. T. C 

Zimmer, A. R 



$ 10.50 

2.75 

8.67 

17.63 

1.66 

18.50 

2.63 

5.75 

2.75 

2.63 

45.00 



5.75 

5.50 

3.88 

63.50 

5.50 

1.67 

2.63 

45.00 

5.50 

20.00 

14.00 

21.75 

5.25 

12.75 

21.25 

11.25 

6.25 
66.33 

9.50 
21.75 
45.00 

7.63 

5.25 
45.00 

5.00 

3.38 

50.00 

6.00 
7.00 
6.00 

45.00 
6.25 
6.00 
2.63 

13.00 



33.00 
24.00 

45.00 

36.00 



3.00 
30.00 
42.00 



27.00 
24.00 

27.00 
33.00 



27.00 
24.00 



30.00 
27.00 

21.00 

27.00 

3.00 



$ 48.00 



1.50 



$ 33.00 

10.50 

24.00 

2.75 

56.67 

17.63 

45.00 

1.66 

18.50 

2.63 

36.00 

5.75 

2.75 

2.63 

45.00 

3.00 

30.00 

42.00 

1.50 

5.75 

5.50 

30.88 

63.50 

29.50 

1.67 

2.63 

45.00 

32.50 

20.00 

47.00 

21.75 

5.25 

12.75 

21.25 

11.25 

27.00 

30.25 

66.33 

9.50 

21.75 

45.00 

37.63 

32.25 

45.00 

21.00 

5,00 

30.38 

50.00 

3.00 

6.00 

7.00 

6.00 

45.00 

6.25 

6.00 

2.63 

13.00 



$ 6,268.02 



$ 2,685.60 



$ 1,186.50 $10,140.12 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



45 



Apportionment 



Remuner- 








ation to 


Presiding 


Attend- 


Totals 


Examiner 


Officer 


ance 




$ 791 . 20 


$ 1,047.00 


S 615.00 


S 2,453.20 


3,035.76 


171.00 


79.50 


3,286.26 


554.25 


846.00 


348.00 


1,748.25 


690.95 


174.00 


78.00 


942.95 


42.75 


9.00 




51.75 


31.75 


39.00 




70.75 


207.35 


39.60 


4.50 


251.45 




36.00 


16.50 


52.50 




21.00 




21.00 


99.76 






• 99.76 




42.00 


15.00 


57.00 


228.25 


42.00 


30.00 


300.25 


575.50 


207.00 




782.50 


10.50 






10.50 




12.00 




12.00 


$ 6.268.02 


S 2,685.60 


$ 1.186.50 


$10,140.12 



Arts 

Medicine 

Applied Science 

Dentistry 

Household Science 

Forestry 

Music 

School of Nursing 

School of Social Work 

University Extension 

Physical and Health Education 

Pharmacy 

Agriculture 

\'eterinary Science *. . . 

Law 



Remuneration to Examiners (as detailed above) S 6,268.02 

Presiding and attendance (as detailed above) 3,872. 10 

Examination supplies and sundries: 

Engrossing diplomas, etc., S. Harrod S 503 , 80 

Salvaging examination papers — \'. Mjolsners, S81.20, O. I. Ewart, 

S8.00 89.20 

J. E. Poole Co., ink 10.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, rentals 15.00 

University Press, diplomas, examination books, etc 2,521.86 

Accounts under SIO.OO (3) 9.22 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $351.26; material, $5.94 357.20 

$ 3,506.28 

Printing examination papers and class lists: 

University Press $ 6,058 . 30 

Photographic Service, prints 11 .30 

S 6,069.60 



$19,716.00 



Superintendent's Office 

Office Supplies, postage, printing and incidentals ($1,879.68): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd.. hardware $ 28.87 

Brown Bros., ruled sheets, paper 34.83 

Bernard Cairns, rubber stamp, ink, repairs 11.39 

Carbon Paper Service Bureau, paper 10.39 

R'. G. Dalton Co., blueprints 63'.91 

G. Dean Maxwell, travelling expenses to Ottawa re Pre-Aircrew 

Course agreement 42 . 80 

McMillan Publishing, Weekly Tariff Intelligence 25.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., transfer cases 37.00 

Postage. 317.00 

Provincial Treasurer, auto license 10.00 

Remington Rand, ink. staples, inspections 25.75 

Richardson Bond & Wright Ltd., priority forms 19.98 

Robbins & Townsend. inspections, staples 77.75 

H. A. Rogers & Co., 1 year's service for Publishers and Merchandis- 
ing Services • . 20 . 00 

Salem's Garage, auto repairs 35.35 

T^^niversity Extension, stencils, etc 12.76 

University Press, printing, binding, stationerv 879.83 

Accounts under SIO.OO (14) ' 49.04 

The Superintendent, sundry disbursements: teleph-in";, $25.44; 

sundries, $6.48; gasoline for office car, $93.86 125.78 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.04; labour, $20. 83 material, 

$30.10 52.00 



46 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Incidental Expenses re work on buildings ($139.50): 

J. A. Murray, preparation of sketches $ 118.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 21 .00 

Drafting Assistance ($1,646.70): 

J. A. Murray, 4 weeks, 10 hours 155.00 

A. H. Taylor, 7 days 72. 12 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,419.58 



Central Stores: 
Storekeeper: 

C. A. Johnson, 12 months S 2,100.00 

Assistant Storekeeper: 

Robert Montgomerie, 12 months 1,150.00 

Clerk: 

Miss J. Taylor, 12 months 1,200.00 

Grounds: 

Foreman Gardener, R. R. Corbett, 12 months S 2,000.00 

Lighting Account 496 . 73 

Labour, gravel, roadways, granolithic walks, flowers, shrubs, and 
general expenses — including upkeep of 78 Queen's Park — 
($16,721.39): 

Aiken head Hardware, hardware, etc 176.49 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., removing and crating marble fountain 

in 78 Queen's Park 35.00 

Builders Supplies Ltd., flagstone 21 . 83 

P. Burns & Co., fuel for 78 Queen's Park 27 . 50 

Canada Coal Co., fuel for 78 Queen's Park 222.04 

City Treasurer, repairs, valves, hydrants, water, etc 292.31 

Garage Supply Co., battery 13 . 82 

Joe Hampson, sand 135 . 00 

Hertz Drivurself Stations, truck rental 17.43 

D. Hogarth, grading 12.00 

Johnston Haulage Co., cartage 33.00 

Langley's Ltd., cleaning drapes, 78 Queen's Park 18.85 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., sidewalk 263.00 

Provincial Treasurer, truck license $47.50; gasoline ration book 

$1.00 48.50 

Hugh Reid, blacksmithing 49 . 25 

Rennie Seeds Ltd., tools, seeds, etc 35.05 

Risebrough & Jackson, feed 186 . 70 

Roofers Supply Co., wood culvert 35 . 28 

Salem's Garage, truck repairs 147.77 

Toronto Hydro Electric System 25. 10 

Trinity College, one-half cost of repairs to fence 165.00 

United Farmers Co-operative Co., fertilizer 204.00 

W. P. Warner, sod, etc 12.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (7) 30. 64 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $13,747.07; material, $766.76. . • 14,513.83 

$19,218.12 

Less light carged to Central Power Plant $ 496.73 

Credits: cartage 300.50 

sale of material 76 . 00 

873.23 



Protective Service: 

Pay of Constables and nightwatchmen ($17,043.19): 
Constables: 

R. J. D'Arcy, 12 months $ 1,950.00 

C. M. Scruby, 12 months 1,600.00 

M. Robb, 7 months 840.00 

Nightwatchmen : 

T. A. Anderson : 230.00 

F. W. Bettridge 566. 46 

W. Hunter 351.29 



$ 3,665.63 



$ 4,450.00 



$ 18,344.89 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 47 



J. Kirkwood $ 1,150.00 

W. N. Lotto 224.25 

H. McGee 1,250.00 

J. C. Smith 110.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 8,771 . 19 

Uniforms, clocks, dials, etc., ($473.42): 

Hardinge Bros., repairs to clocks 268.00 

Muir Cap & Regalia Ltd.. caps 6.60 

Tip Top Tailors Ltd., uniforms 123.40 

University Press 37. 60 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 37.82 



$ 8,797. 


94 


1,100 


.00 


750 


.00 


166 


.67 


80, 


00 


528. 


53 


508 


.75 


497. 


30 


460 


.32 


330 


46 


154, 


00 


160 


.99 


75 


,74 



$17,516.61 
Less credits: material returned 59.45 

Telephones: 

Bell Telephone Co., service to 30 June $13,835.59 

Less receipts from sub-service $4,734. 70 

residences 21 . 20 

slot machines 281 . 75 

5,037.65 

$ 
Switchboard operators ($4,812.76): 

Mrs. J. Hoddinott, 12 months 

Miss J. Brown, 9 months 

Mrs. J. Hedge, 2 months 

Mrs. M. D. Good, 1 month 

Relief: 

Mrs. J. Duggan 

Miss B. Hetherington 

Miss E. Cameron 

Miss A. Mitchell 

Miss J. P. Corrigan 

Mrs. E. Grant 

Mrs. M. Chowen 

Sundry persons (11) 

Convocation Hall and Simcoe Hall 

Heat and Light $ 5,585 . 66 

Gas, $51.84; water, $82.18 134.02 

Caretaker's Supplies ($685.29) : 

University Press, ink, paper, directory 5.97 

Superintendent's Dept., material 679.32 

Cleaning ($6,329.81): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 26.91 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 16.20 

Queen City Window Cleaning Co 11. 40 

White Window Cleaning Co 50.00 

Mrs. A. Vates, overtime services 18.00 

University Press 2.81 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6,204.49 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,406.68): 

A. W. B. Hewitt, map of grounds, lettering 30.50 

Alexander Murray & Co., liquigum and fibregum 449.45 

Planet Bicycle Co., bicycle for messenger service 31.75 

Provincial Treasurer, public hall license 10.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 12.82 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,314.36; material, $557.80 1,872. 16 

Acting Postmaster and Chief Messenger: 

H. R. Cheney (on war service from May) 1,500.00 

Messenger and Post Office Service ($2,431.03): 

William Allen, 3V^ days 7.00 

Victor Brown, 53^ days, 32 hours 20.73 

Joan Burke, 9}4 days 19.00 



$17,457.16 



$13,610.70 



4S 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



R. Dennison, 4 days, 332 hours $ 101 . 44 

George Fowler, 19 weeks, 49 days 337.20 

Mrs. H. Guthrie, 24 weeks, lYi days 476.62 

Miss B. Howell, 39 davs 78.00 

Mrs. S. Jones, 2i4 weeks 54.90 

Miss E. Lockhart, 19 weeks, 30 days 462.01 

D. Mcintosh, 12 hours 3.30 

R. Mcintosh, 2 weeks, 47 days, 147 hours 156.62 

M. McXamara, 2 davs 4.04 

A. Manou, 30 weeks,'2}^ days 407.65 

D. Maxwell, 3I9 weeks 47.95 

A. B. Merrill, 7 days 22.46 

Miss M. Thompson, 8H weeks, 4 days, 41^4 hours 187. 11 

Carfares 45.00 

$19,072.49 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $5,585.66 

Credit for cleaning, etc 732 . 69 

$ 6,318.35 



Alterations, Simcoe Hall: 

Ladies washroom — Bursar's Office: 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co 

Mollenhauer Contracting Co., alterations in basement toilet room 
Superintendent's Dept., labour, $560.83; material, $457.24 



523.00 

251.00 

1,018.07 



$12,754.14 



$ 1,792.07 



86 Queen's Park 

(nothing spent) 



49 St. George Street 

Maintenance: 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 1 . 10 

City Treasurer, water 15.53 

Consumers Gas Co., gas 9.61 

Halliday Bros., fuel 54 . 23 

Toronto Hydro Electric Co., city current 111.39 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $674.71; material, $135.32 810.03 

184 College Street 

Light $ 120.56 

Fuel ($591.62): 

P. Burns & Co 27.77 

Halliday Bros 562 . 07 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1.48; material 30 cents 1.78 

Gas, $9.82; water. $71.16 80.98 

Caretaker's Supplies ($76.15): 

T. Eaton Co., curtains 3.55 

Superintendent's Dept., material 72.60 

Cleaning (.$368.34): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 5.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour (Mrs. Thesiger — with living quar- 
ters valued at $250) 363. 14 

Repairs and Renewals ($205.04): 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 11.15 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $150.75; material, $43.14 193.89 

$ 1,442.69 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 120.56 

Sundrv credits — cleaning 15.75 

$ 136.31 



$ 1,001.89 



$ 1,306.38 
$374,225 . 55 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



49 



II. LIBRARY 
Salaries 

W. S. Wallace, Librarian, (paid also $350. in Ontario College of Educa- 
tion, and $300 from Special Funds) S 5,500.00 

Miss H. G. B. Woolryche, Assistant Librarian (paid also $75 in Ontario 

College of Education) 2,500 . 00 

Heads of Departments: 

Miss M. L. Newton, Circulation, (paid also $25 in Ontario College 

of Education) 2,250.00 

Miss E. V. Bethune, Cataloguing 2,150.00 

Miss A. M. Cordingley, Periodicals 1,850.00 

Assistants: 

Miss E. Creighton 1,700.00 

Miss E. Aldridge 1,700.00 

Miss J. Jarvis 1,650.00 

Miss M. H. Skinner 1,600.00 

Miss J. Rathbun 1,600.00 

Miss I. Trowern 1,500.00 

Miss A. Leonard 1,500.00 

Miss D. Dignum 1,450.00 

Mrs. Mary L. Van Corder 1,450.00 

Miss E. L. Alexander 1,450.00 

Miss K. Ball, at $1,400; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 42.00 

Miss \'. A. Tavlor 1,400.00 

Miss Dorothea Tod 1,400.00 

Miss Edith Cook 1,350.00 

Miss K. Wales 1,350.00 

Miss G. Williams 1,350.00 

Miss R. Haldenbv 1.300.00 

Miss M. Robinson 1,300.00 

Miss F. E. Bertram, at $1,250; on war service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 37 . 50 

Miss E. Heighington, at $1,250; on war service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 34 . 40 

Miss J. MacBeth 1.250.00 

Miss M. Roje, at $1,250; on war service from November 642.20 

Miss M. Thompson, at $1,250; resigned 15 April 989.60 

Miss J. Arnold 1.200.00 

Miss M. Carson 1,200.00 

Miss M. Hollowav, at $1,200; resigned 31 July 100.00 

Miss V. I. Keys. .' , 1.200.00 

Miss E. Pepall, at $1,200; on war service from October 519.25 

Miss M. R. Read 1,200.00 

Miss H. C. Wrightman 1.200.00 

Mrs. Esther Jacobsen, at $1,200. from 1 September 1,000.00 

Mrs. Marv McCullam 1,200.00 

Miss B. Saunders 1,200.00 

Miss M. G. Harrison, at $1,200. from 1 December (paid also as 

Occasional Assistant) 700 . 00 

Miss J. Woodcock, at $1,200; resigned 30 November 500.00 

Miss C. Nisbet, at $1,200. from 1 January (paid also as Occasional 

Assistant) 600.00 

Miss A. Curry, at $1,200. from 16 April (paid also as Occasional 

Assistant) 250.00 

Miss M. H. Buchan (part-time) 550.00 

J. A. Paterson, Attendant (with rooms, heat and light valued at 

$420. as Caretaker of Building) 1,200.00 

Stackmen: 

Stanley South, at $70. per month; resigned 31 December 420.00 

H. S. Cheney, 5 months at $50. and 7 months at $60 670.00 

Messengers — (part-time) : 

Miss Ruth L. Miller, 34 weeks, 4 days, at $9. per week 312.00 

Kurt Levy, 6 days at $2 12.00 



$57,528.95 



50 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Library Maintenance 

General Library Appropriation (Current Account): 
Books and Periodicals ($33,944.09): 

Aldale's $ 35.24 

Edward G. Allen & Son 2,931 .57 

Thos. Allen 73.63 

\Vm. H. Allen 71.47 

American Academy of Arts and Science Ill .28 

American Post Office, Washington 77. 98 

American Chemical Society 59.55 

American Dental Association 78 . 62 

American Geneological Index 44.68 

American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 28.77 

American Journal of Physiology 30.25 

American Medical Association 157.47 

American Psychological Association 51 . 90 

American Society for Metals 28. 18 

American Society of Biological Chemists 27.75 

American Society for Testing Materials 33 . 94 

Antigua Libreria Robredo 206 . 39 

Argosv Book Stores Inc 30 . 77 

Baker'& Taylor Inc 2,233.72 

Biblo & Tanner 32.56 

Biological Abstracts 28 . 03 

B. H. Blackwell & Co 172.82 

R. R. Bowker 89.38 

A. Britnell Book Shop 30.47 

A. Bruderhausen 39 . 27 

Burroughs & Co. (Eastern) Ltd 89. 10 

Butterworth & Co 44. 75 

Cambridge University Press 109 . 66 

Canada Law Book Co 104 . 25 

Canadian Law List Publishing Co 49.00 

Canadian Review Co 75 . 00 

J. S. Canner &Co 58.43 

Carswell & Co 1,455.12 

Citizens' Research Institute of Canada 25.00 

Arthur H. Clark Co 68.14 

Clarke, Irwin & Co 289 . 65 

College Art Association of America 32 . 72 

Wm. Collins Sons & Co 39.36 

Colonial Book Service 28 . 42 

Colonial Society of Pennsylvania 61 .33 

Copp Clark Co '. 93.47 

Creassen's Book & Print Shop 36 . 50 

Wm. Dawson Subscription Service 291 . 27 

Richard de Boo Ltd 94 . 25 

Frank L. Doherty 133. 19 

G. Ducharme 119.73 

Edwards Bros. . 208. 72 

Encyclopedia Britannica 157 . 92 

Engineering Index Inc Ill .56 

F. W. Faxon 1,354,36 

Franz G. Feger 812 30 

Jacob Finkelman 250 . 00 

Maurice Friedman 26 . 70 

French & European Publishers Inc 35 . 68 

W. J. Gage & Co 170.36 

General Publishing Co 292 . 40 

Globe Printing Co 27.00 

J. M. Griese 39.86 

Gurney & Jackson 128 . 95 

Harvard University 399 . 79 

Wm. Heimann 31 .36 

Dora Hood's Book Room 28.50 

John Hopkins Press 44 . 85 

Houghton Mifflin Co 43.34 

International Labour Organization 32 . 75 

International University Booksellers 26.50 

Jewish Quarterly Review 60.68 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 51 



Journal Press $ 55 . 78 

R. Kolvoord 32.49 

S. Krupp 31 . 53 

Law Publishers and Booksellers 29.56 

J. B. Lippincott 35 . 56 

Longmans Green & Co 504 . 47 

MacMillan Co. of Canada 831 .21 

McAinsh & Co 396 . 28 

McClelland & Stewart 106 . 70 

McGraw Hill Book Co 509.87 

Geo. J. McLeod 154.24 

R. Martens 100.00 

Medical Library Association 33 . 58 

Microfilm Inc., reports 43.85 

Minerva Book Sellers 82.44 

Moody's Investors Service 26.92 

Modern Language Association of America 33.20 

C. V. Mosbv Co 31.46 

Musson Book Co 224.62 

Thos. Nelson & Sons, Ltd 135 . 77 

New York Times 286. 11 

A. H. O'Brien 51.63 

Old Authors Shop 85 . 00 

Old \'ienna Book Shop 246.30 

Ontario Library Book Co 108.00 

Oxford University Press 64 . 67 

Raven Book Shop 35. 14 

Royal Aeronautical Society 28. 62 

Ryerson Press 358. 82 

S. J. R. Saunders 146 . 62 

Rudolf Schick 58.50 

Schuman's Rare Books 66.55 

Seven Book Hunters 92 . 36 

Simpkin, Marshall Ltd 658.94 

Societv of Chemical Industry 47. 18 

G. E. Stechert & Co _ 701.50 

Superintendent of Documents, Washington 222.56 

Thorburn & Abbott 33.50 

Trustees of British Museum 45 . 46 

Chas. E. Tuttle Co 50.59 

University of Chicago Press 106 . 25 

\'er Brugge Books 302. 12 

\'erner Ottawa Bureau 50 . 00 

E. Wevhe 119.42 

John VVilev & Sons 380.08 

Williams & Wilkins Co 191 .03 

H. W. Wilson Co 284.89 

Wiltenborn & Co 115.14 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology 147.39 

Zietlin & Ver Brugge 48.07 

University Press , 8,490.09 

Accounts under S25.00 (391). . .! 2,634.42 

General Expenses (S2,745.44): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 21 .02 

American Library Association, cards 49. 93 

Dominion Paper Box Co., filing boxes 170.91 

Library of Congress, cards 177.66 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards 198.62 

Mimeograph Co., ink, stencils, paper 47.35 

Ofifice Specialty Manufacturing Co., transfer cases 35.75 

Postage 382.00 

Remington Rand, cards, typewriter repairs 203. 15 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 139.20 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, .§1,150.64; labour, $103.32; 

material, .'$65.89 1,319.85 



S36,689.53 
Less amount received for replacement of books lost by departments 156. 30 

$36,533.23 



52 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Of which charged to sundry funds as follows: 

Dental. Harry R. Abbott Fund $ 485.20 

King Alfred Millenary Fund 30.47 

John Squair Fund No. 2 8.60 

Phillips Stewart Bequest 2 . 50 

William Lowell Putnam Prize Fund 9.82 



536.59 



835,996.64 
Transaction b}' Librarian: 

Amount advanced, S50.00; credited from 
fines, S870.75; replacements, $159.61; 
miscellaneous, 826.16; graduates' de- 
posits. 81,286.14 82,392.66 

Deposits refunded 651 . 67 

1,740.99 

Transferred to Trust Funds (Schedule 3) balance of 

graduates' deposits 634 . 47 

Credited to this account 1,106.52 



Assistance: 

At 860 to 890 per month: 

Mrs. Jean Beharriell $ 255.47 

Miss M. Boyd 640.00 

Miss Mary Cochrane 101 . 56 

Miss Adel'e Curry 477. 37 

Miss Florence English 1,080.00 

Miss E. Fisher. . .' ' 16.80 

Mrs. Josephine Gerrish 89.03 

Miss M. Hall 847.75 

Miss Mary Harrison 181 . 33 

Mrs. Agnes Jackson 364 . 05 

Miss M. Joyce 595.04 

Lionel Masson 60.00 

Miss Alice Moulton 498.06 

Miss Carol Xisbett ? . 307 . 78 

Miss A. O'Dea 56.98 

Miss E. Rugg 140 . 00 

Miss Mary Savage 103 . 90 

Miss M. Slater 620.04 

Mrs. D. Stacy 36 . 10 

Mrs. Jean Tenor 53 . 94 

Miss Doris Wachsmuth 160.00 

Miss Ruth Waddington 800 . 00 

Miss Marion Walker 560 . 78 

At 50 to 60 cents per hour: 

T. A. ^L Barnett • 100.80 

M. R. M. Dale 86.00 

Miss H. E. Farquharson 36 00 

R. F. Schnell 84.00 



S 8,352.78 
The foregoing §8.352.78 charged as follows: 

Occasional assistance, including opening Library 

in evenings $7,092.78 

Special grant for re-classification 1,260.00 

Alterations and fixtures (S218.88): 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., card cabinet guides, chair 

repairs $ 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S121.90; material, S76.98 198.88 



$34,890.12 



8,352.78 



218.88 
$43,461 . 78 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 53 

Library Building 

Heat and light S 4,452.67 

Gas, S44.46; water, S70.05 114,51 

Fuel: 

P. Burns & Co 41 . 66 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 452.72 

Cleaning (82,580.31): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 13. 10 

High Park Window Cleaners 35 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,532.21 

Repairs and Renewals (82,279.10): 

\Vm. Bartlett & Son, shades 36.75 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5 . 00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs 25.93 

Premier Vacuum Cleaner Co., repairs 14.00 

\'ulcan Asphalt & Supply Co., furnishing and installing mastic 

flooring in Li'orary Building 235.00 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, 81,549.76; material, 8412.66 1,962.42 

Caretaker, with living quarters valued at 8420.00 (paid from Salaries as 

Library Attendant) J. A. Patterson 

S 9,920.97 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . 84,452.67 

Sale of caretaker's supplies 24 . 50 

4,477.17 

8 5,443.80 



8106.434.53 
III. ATHLETICS, PHYSICAL TRAIXIXG. ETC. 

Athletics and Physical Training — Men 

(a) Salaries: 

T. A. Reed, Secretary. Athletic Directorate 8 5,700.00 

\V. A. Stevens, Director of Physical Education (paid by Athletic 
Association; paid also 8300 in School of Physical and Health 
Education) 

M. G. Grififiths, Assistant Director of Physical Education (also in 

School of Physical and Health Education, without salary) . . . 3,600.00 

Gymnasium Instructors: 

W. H. Martin, also Supervisor, Compulsory Physical Training, 

10 mos 2,700 . 00 

J. E. McCutcheon, also Supervisor of Intramural Activities, 

10 mos. (paid also 8100 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) 2,600.00 

C. Zwygard, 8 mos. (paid also $800 in School of Physical and 

Health Education) 1,100.00 

H. Phillips (part-time; 5 mos.) 400.00 

\V. W. Winterburn, Swimming Instructor, 10 mos 2,600.00 

Part-time Instructors (Sessional): 

M. Glionna 250.00 

George Dalv 200.00 

Dr. L. \V. Black 100.00 

University of Toronto Athletic Association for Sundry Oc- 
casional Instructors 123 . 50 

Locker Attendants: 

W. Rimmer, Chief Locker and Attendance Clerk, at 82,100 

and 8125 overtime 2,225.00 

L. Green. 49 weeks, 1 day at 825 and $30 1,511.67 

Frank Chapman, 33 weeks at 825 825.00 

J. A. Record, 31 weeks at $25 775.00 

Miss K. Boyd, Clerical Assistant, 10 mos. (paid also $5.25 in 

Health Service) 900.00 

$25,610.17 



54 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Less: Secretary's salary, paid by Athletic Associa- 
tion . $5,700.00 

Locker Attendants, paid from Special Funds 846 . 67 



(b) Maintenance of Department: 

Attendance Records, card system ($186.41): 

D. Gestetner (Canada), stencils, ink, etc 

Mrs. Griffiths, preparing material for Syllabus of physical 

training work for Instructor's use 

University of Toronto Athletic Association, postage, etc 

University Press, cards, directories, printing 

Gymnastic appliances and repairs to equipment ($844.35) : 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware 

Brown Sports & Cycle Co., soft ball bats 

T. Eaton Co., instructor's trousers, etc 

Alf . A. Gross, diving board 

George M. Hendry, blackboard 

Tip Top Tailors, instructor's trousers — gray flannel 

Toronto Radio & Sports Ltd., basket ball, nets, etc 

United Carr Fastener Co., padlocks 

Jack Watson Sporting Co., boxing gloves, timers 

Harold A. Wilson, vaulting box, bags, repairs 

University Press, printing and stationers^ 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $28.69; material, $8.28 



6,546.67 



$ 64.22 

50.00 

7.25 

64.94 



4.86 

18.00 

55.26 

44.00 

15.29 

25.50 

34.26 

151.20 

167.93 

279.85 

11.23 

36.97 



$19,063.50 



Athletics and Physical Training— Women 

(a) Salaries: 

Miss J. M. Forster, Assistant Physical Director (Sessional— paid 

also $700 in School of Physical and Health Education) $ 1,200.00 

Instructors in Physical Education (Sessional): 

Miss D. \. R. Jackson (paid also $700 in School of Physical 

and Health Education) 1,000.00 

Mrs S. E. McCatty (paid also $300 in School of Physical and 

Health Education) ■. .- ■ • • • 1,000.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Gymnasium and Clerical Assistant 
(Sessional; paid also $800 in School of Physical and Health 
Education) , 400.00 

Miss W. Baxter, Swimming Instructor (Sessional) 1,^00. OU 

Miss A. E. M. Parkes, Secretary Treasurer, Women's Athletic 
Directorate (Sessional; paid also $1,900 by Students Ad- 
ministrative Council) -^^0 • 00 



(b) Maintenance of Department: 
Sundry Expenses ($458.93): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 

Archery Craft, targets 

Miss I. G. Coventry, piano rental, etc 

T. Eaton Co., jackets, carpet, clock 

Mrs. O. McNeill, pianist, 70 hours 

Promenade Music Centre, phonograph 

Charles Walters, fencing instruction and masks 

Harold A. Wilson Co., volley ball, etc 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3.26; material, $30.83. 

Janitor service at night classes: 

A. J. Maycock 



35.67 
33.60 
46.00 
38.56 
72.10 
79.95 
56.00 
24.40 
21.78 
16.78 
34.09 



50.00 



$ 1,030.76 
$20,094.26 



$ 5,150.00 



i 



$ 508.93 



$ 5,658.93 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



55 



Health Service 

(a) Salaries: 

R. W. I. Urquhart, Director (paid also $750 in Pathological 

Chemistry and $14 as Occasional Examiner) $ 5,000.00 

Dr. Gwen Mulock, Assistant Director in charge of Women 3,000.00 

Assistants (Sessional) : 

Dr. Jessie A. McGeachv (paid also $19 as Occasional 

Examiner) ' 1 ,500 . 00 

H. A. Burnett (paid also $12 as Occasional Examiner) 1,500.00 

R. H. Thomas, Consultant Surgeon (paid also $250 in Surgery) 200.00 

Staff Physicians (Sessional): 

E. S. Jeffrey 1,200.00 

K. E. Ferrie 1,200.00 

F. Van V. Snell 1,200.00 

G. F. Boyer, Medical Consultant (paid also $200 in Medicine) . . 10.00 

Occasional Staff for Examinations: 
Men: 

S.M.Campbell 544.00 

David Selbv (paid also SI ,000 in Pathology and Bacteriology) 400 . 00 

\V. R. Caven 352.00 

A. S. Smith 340.00 

A. R. Wilkins 232.00 

\V. S. Mahon. . 188.00 

R. G. MacKenzie (paid also $600 in Anatomv and $500 in 

Surger>0 " 132.00 

J. L. McCollum 96.00 

T. A. Crowther (paid also $150 in Medicine) 48.00 

C. B. Graham 32 . 00 

Dr. Jessie A. McGeachy (paid also as Assistant) 19.00 

R. \V. I. Urquhart (paid also as Director) 14.00 

H. A. Burnett (paid also as Assistant) 12.00 

Women : 

Dr. Elizabeth Weizman 365 . 00 

Dr. Eleanor Robinson 340.00 

Dr. Elizabeth Stockdale 310.00 

Dr. Dorothy Redmond 300.00 

Dr. Marv .Sanderson 178 . 00 

Dr. Marjorie Mclntyre 1 14 . 00 

Nurses: 

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Britton 1,000.00 

Miss R. Ramsden 1,000.00 

Office Assistants: 

J. M. Thomas, 10 mos 1,500.00 

Miss M. B. Jackes, 8 mos 1,200.00 

W. Robertson, Male Orderly, Hart House, 7 mos. part-time, 

at $75 per month ' 525 . 00 

Secretarial Assistants (Temporary): 

:\Iiss Lilian Watson • 190.00 

H. Phillips (paid also in Athletics — Men) 112.50 

Rev. \y. R. Fraser 105.00 

Miss Katherine Boyd (paid also in Athletics — Men) 5.25 

(b) Maintenance of Department: 
Supplies and Equipment ($620.23): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 51 . 46 

T. Eaton Co., groceries and sundry items 15.19 

A. Guinness, sandals 83. 12 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 178. 89 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 23 . 30 

MacMillan's Pharmacy, drugs 10 . 10 

Sani-Thread Co., slippers 17.50 

Stevens Companies, elastoplast 12.00 

Miss A. Tweedley, overtime work in laundr>' 15. 12 



S 24,463.75 



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No. 12 



Universitv Press, printing and stationery $ 154. 11 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (3) 8.20 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, S43.ll; labour, $1.20; 

material, $6.93 51.24 

Infirmary Rentals ($2,134.33): 

Comptroller, Hart House, infirmarv rental, $1,000.00; meals, 

etc., supplied to patients, $430.73 1,430.73 

T. Eaton Co., provisions, crystals, etc 15.54 

Miss Ramsden, sundry disbursements for patients' meals. . . 12.56 
University College Women's Union, infirmary rental, $500.00; 

cost of maintenance of non-resident students, $175.50. . 675.50 

Rebates to Colleges ($375.05) : 

Trinity College, allowance for student accommodation 104.00 

\ictoria College, allowance for student accommodation 271 .05 

Athletic Injury Cases ($630.35): 

Medical and hospital service: 
Professional services: 

G. Dale 75.00 

Frederick J. Lewis 50 . 00 

Margaret McEachern 30.00 

Angus McLeod 14.00 

H. S. Percival 20.00 

John A. Oille 45.00 

F. E. Richards, A. C. Singleton and Hall, X-rays 109.75 

A. G. Smith 10.00 

George C. Snell 20.00 

R. \V. I. Urquhart 10.00 

Walter W. Wright 75.00 

Hospitals: 

Toronto General Hospital 34 . 00 

Women's College Hospital 8.00 

Reimbursement to students of portion of medical expenses: 

R. Atkinson 39.00 

Mrs. Grace Dunn, for W. Dunn 60.00 

Miss C. Evans 15.00 

Miss Isabel Hill 15.60 

X-ray Survey for Tuberculosis: 

Provincial Department of Health, students' X-rays 625.50 

Clinical Laboratory- ($339.67) : 

Ingram & Bell, test tubes, centifruge, etc 97.66 

Dr. S. Wright Young, Leitz microscope 100.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $81.36; material, $60.65. . . . 142.01 

New Furnishings and Equipment ($1,993.60): 

Canadian Tumbler Co., cutlery, spoons 37.43 

Cassidy's Ltd., sugars and creams 11 . 10 

T. Eaton Co., Beds, blankets, rugs, etc 1,077.84 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals 135 . 46 

William Junor, trays, plates 70.74 

North American Bent Chair Co 317.32 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co 42 . 10 

Robert Simpson Co 13 . 70 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 17.69 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $226.76; material, .$43.46. . . 270.22 



$ 31,182.48 



Hart House (Share of Maintenance) 

Heat and light $21,297.60 

Cleaning, etc., of g>'mnasium wing: 

Comptroller, Hart House 4,900.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 57 

Repairs and Renewals ($6,809.15): 

feavington Bros., painting $ 270.00 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co 42 . 36 

Casewine Co., repairs 15.00 

City Treasurer, elevator license 15 . 00 

Nichols Chemical Co., ammonia, alum 56.50 

Queen City Window Cleaning Co 12.00 

\'ulcan Asphalt Supply Co., repairs to Hart House stairs and floor 12.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $4,934.03; material, $1,452.06.. 6,386.09 

$33,006.75 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. $21,297.60 
Hart House share of maintenance deducted from fees 

collected 4,000 . 00 

25,297.60 

$ 7,709.15 



Women's Building — 44 Hoskin Ave. 

Fuel ($393.76): 

P. Burns & Co $ 13.75 

Halliday Bros 379 . 18 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, 63 cents; material, 20 cents .83 

Gas, $12.42; electric current, $54.45; water, $8.00 74.87 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material ^. . 38.44 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($468.52): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 2.10 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 9.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 457.42 

Repairs and Renewals ($435.10): 

Clark & Son, plastering repairs 17.40 

A Moody, repairing chairs 12.50 

Robert Simpson Co., material 20 . 70 

John Smith, recovering reed furniture 19.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $227.08; material, $138.42 365.50 



Charged to Dominion Government Grant — Pre-Air 

Crew Training $ 161.71 

Sundry credits 9 . 65 



$ 1,410.69 



171.36 

$ 1,239.33 

$ 65,884.15 
I\'. EXAMINATIONS (transferred to Administration) 

V. ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM 

University's share of maintenance advanced to the Trustees of the Roval Ontario 

Museum under R.S.O. 1937, cap. 343 ". $ 81,000.00 



VI. FACULTY OF ARTS 

Salaries "* 

(1) Departments in University of Toronto ($609,748.10) 

Dean's Office 

S. Beatty, Dean (paid also $5,500 as Professor of Mathematics, $300 

from Special Funds and $22 for Extension Work) $ 1,000.00 

$ 1,000.00 



58 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Anthropology 

T. F. Mcllwraith, Professor (paid also $1.50 from University Press). . $ 4,500.00' 

J. F. Embree, Assistant Professor, at §2,600; on war service 

R. F. Fortune. Temporary Lecturer 2,000 . 00 

C. \V. M. Hart, Special Lecturer, without salary (paid $3,200. in Poli- 
tical Economy) 

T. R. Maxwell, Class Assistant (Sessional) 200.00 

S 6,700.00 



Applied Mathematics 

J. L. Synge, Professor, resigned 30 June $ 6,000.00 

Associate Professors: 

A. F. C. Stevenson 3,900.00 

Leopold Infeld 2,900.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

B. A. Griffith, at S2,250; on leave of absence 

A. Weinstein 2,250.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

F. E. Deloume, (paid also $800. in Applied Science) 500.00 

Miss E. Sims 500 . 00 



$ 16,050.00 



Archaeology 

C. T. Currelly, Professor (paid also in Royal Ontario Museum) $ 2,000.00 

H. A. Thompson, Associate Professor, at $4,000; on war service from 

October r. 1,783.35 

Mrs. Dorothv Burr Thompson, Special Lecturer (Sessional; paid also 

S150 for'E.xtension Work) 1,700.00 

Peter Brieger, Instructor (paid also $2,700. in Fine Art and $300 in 

Applied Science) 200 . 00 



$ 5,683.35 



Astronomy 

R. K. Young, Professor and Director of David Dunlap Observatory. . $ 4,500.00 

F. S. Hogg, Associate Professor (paid also $32 for Extension Work). .. 3,300.00 

Lecturers (Sessional ; on war service) : 

P. M. Millman, at $2,400; contribution to T.I. & A.A 120.00 

J. F. Heard, at $2,150; contribution to T.I. & A.A 107.52 

Dr. Helen S. Hogg, Lecturer and Research Associate (Sessional) 1,200.00 

Miss R. J. Xorthcott, Computer (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 1,400.00 

G. F. Longworth, Observer 1,550.00 

Assistants (Part-time; Sessional): 

D. Xorris 1,000.00 

Mrs. \'. Krotkov 100 . 00 

W. S. Armstrong, Summer Assistant 300.00 

Miss E. M. Fuller, Secretar>'-Librarian 1,400.00 



$ 14,977.52 



Botany 

Professors: 

H. S. Jackson, Mycology-; also Head of Department $ 5,400.00 

H. B. Sifton 4,500.00 

G. H. Duff 4,500.00 

D. L. Bailey (part-time) 3,700.00 

L. C. Coleman (part-time) 2,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Dr. J. Gertrude Wright 3,000.00 

T. M. C. Taylor, at $3,000; on war service from September 1,100.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 59 



Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. J. V. Lehmann $ 2,100.00 

D. H. Hamly 1,800.00 

M. W. Bannan 1,700.00 

N. \V. Radforth 1,700.00 

Miss D. F. Forward 1,600.00 

A. R. Gopal-Ayengar, Demonstrator (Sessional) 1,440.00 

R. F. Cain, Demonstrator and Curator 1,800.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional) : 

C. D. McKeen, at $960; resigned 15 January (paid also $175. in 

Special Research) .• 420.00 

R. G. Atkinson 560.00 

L. Laking (paid also $35 in Special Research) 560.00 

J. J. Miller (paid also $175 in Special Research) 560.00 

Mrs. Elinor L. MacGillivray (Easter Term) 320.00 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary, at $720; resigned 31 May (paid also $165 in 
Botanic Gardens; $165 in Special Research and $250 as 

Clerical Assistant). 660.00 

Mrs. Isa Miller, Research Assistant, 1 month 65.00 

Technical Assistants: 

Miss M. B. Givens 1,800.00 

Miss C. B. Ross 1,800.00 

D. S. Hull, Herbarium Assistant, at $960 plus $100 additional allow- 
ance 1,060.00 

L. VanCleemput, Head Gardener 2,000 . 00 

R. Lynn, Stock-keeper and Technician, at $1,300; on war service from 

January 877.49 

Laboratory Attendants: 

S. G. Smith, at $1,000; on war service; contribution to pension fund 37.50 

Mrs. Norah J. Nolan, from 29 September, at $80 per month 725.16 

A. F. King, from 27 January to 22 May, at $65 per month 251 .63 

Miss A. \'ance, 23 days at $67.50 per month 51 .75 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss L. Alward, at $1,400; on leave of absence at half-salary from 

1 January 1,050.00 

Miss R. Hobberlin 1,300.00 . 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary (paid also as Class Assistant and in Botanic 

Gardens) 250.00 

Dr. Kathleen L. Hull, Librarian and Assistant 1,400.00 

$ 52,588.53 

Chemistry 

Professors : 

F. B. Kenrick, also Head of Department '. . $ 5,700.00 

J. T. Burt-Gerrans, Electro-Chemistry 4,500.00 

A. R. Gordon 4,500.00 

L. J. Rogers 4,500.00 

W. H. Martin 4,300.00 

G. F. Wright 4,300 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

J. B. Ferguson 4,400.00 

\V. S. Funnell 4,200.00 

F. R. Lorriman 3,600.00 

F. E. Beamish 3,600.00 

F. E. W. Wetmore, Assistant Professor 2,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

J. J. Rae (paid also $470. for E.xtension Work and $100 from 

Dental Research Fund) 2,400.00 

Mrs. P. M. Marrian, Micro- Analysis 1,500.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss E. V. Eastcott 1,800.00 

R. C. Langille 815.25 

E. Aristoff 724.00 



60 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

S. Barnartt $ 724.00 

I. Cameron 724.00 

J. E. C. Currah 724.00 

H. A. Bewick 724.00 

E. A. MacWiUiam 724.00 

G. S. Mvers 724.00 

P. E. Braid 741 . 25 

K. G. Herring 741.25 

F. H. Krenz 741 .25 

D. L. Vincent 741 . 25 

H. F. V. Wall 741.25 

G. C. Benson 650.00 

F. J. A. Brockman 650 . 00 

A. J. Cruikshank 650.00 

J. W. Flanagan 650.00 

R. W. Jackson 650.00 

A. G. Keenan 650.00 

C. W. MacKinnon 650.00 

A. A. Sheppard 650.00 

L. E. Toombs 650.00 

Assistants for June: 

iNIiss A. M. Johnson 91.25 

J. C. McKenzie 91.25 

H. G. McLeod .* 91.25 

Laboratory Assistants: 

R. Fortescue (with rooms, heat and light valued at $420) 1,250.00 

W. Banton, at SI, 500 and S200 as Lecture Assistant 1,700.00 

Laboratory Attendants: 

E. Chadwick, 52 weeks. 1 dav, at S18 939.00 

J. Bullen, 36 weeks, 1}'9 days, at S13 472. 10 

D. Murden, to 20 February, at S15 428.00 

X. Geller, 16 weeks, 3 days, at $15 247.50 

F. H. Twigg 82.94 

L. Bussen, 1 week, 3 days, at $14 21 .00 

K. Keedwell, 1 week, 3 days, at $13 19.50 

$72,773.29 
Organic Chemistry Research: 

H. O. L. Fischer, Professor (paid $5,000 from Special Fund) .... 

Erich Baer, Assistant Professor 3,000.00 

J. ^L Grosheintz, Research Associate 2,040.00 

Laboratory Technician: 

D. Ed'son, at $780; on war service from July 130.00 

B. Weinberg, from 1 December at $60 per month 420.00 

Mrs. C. McCallum, Laboratory Attendant (paid also $350 in 

Medicine) .' 243 . 13 



$ 78,606.42 



Chinese Studies 

Rt. Rev. W. C. White, Professor and Head of Department (paid also in 

Royal Ontario Museum) 2,000.00 

Research Assistants (Sessional; without Salary): 

E. H. Johnson 

F. Y. S. Tseng (paid $300 in Psychology) 



$ 2,000.00 



Fine Art 

John Alford, Professor $ 5,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Peter Brieger (paid also $200 in Archaeology; $300 in Applied 

Science and $150 for Extension Work) 2,700.00 

C. F. Comfort, without salary; on leave of absence from Frebuary 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 61 



Honorary Lecturers (Sessional; without salary): 

E. C. Atkins 

M. Baldwin 

P. Haworth, Instructor (Sessional; part-time) S 700.00 

Miss R. Home, Special Instructor (Sessional; without salary; paid in 

Royal Ontario Museum) 

Mrs. Isabelle Whitley, Secretary-Librarian (Sessional) 600.00 

S. J. Key, Reader (Michaelmas Term) 75.00 



S 9,075.00 



Geography 

Griffith Ta>lor. Professor; also Head of Department (paid also S2,500 

in Ontario College of Education and S570 for E.xtension Work) . . S 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

G. Tatham (paid also S279 for Extension Work) 2,400.00 

D. F. Putnam (paid also 875 for E.xtension Work) 2,300.00 

Miss M. Brookstone (Sessional; at SL200 and S200 additional allow- 
ance; paid also §180 for E.xtension Work) 1,400.00 

Assistants (Sessional; part-time): 

J. W. Hamilton 175.00 

Donald Kerr 100.00 

Miss M. Lustig 100.00 

S 10,475.00 

Geology 

Professors : 

E. S. Moore, also Head of Department (paid also $100 for Summer 

Field Work) S 5,500.00 

G. B. Langford, Mining Geology- 4,900.00 

A. MacLean 4,300.00 

Assistant Professors: 

L. S. Russell, at S2,800; on war service from September 1,026.69 

Dr. Madeleine A. Fritz (part-time; paid also in Roval Ontario 

Musuem) ' 900 . 00 

V. J. Okulitch 2,100.00 

W. W. Moorhouse, at 81,800; on war service from May 1,800.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional) : 

R. A. C. Brown 250.00 

J. Claveau 250.00 

S. A. Ferguson 250 . 00 

W. X. Ingham 250.00 

E. J. W. Irish 250.00 

H. W. Little, at S250; resigned 30 November 62 . 50 

Laboratory Attendants, at 817.50 per week: 

W. Adair, 9 weeks 157 . 50 

J. Wright, 6 weeks 105.00 

C. Hall, 4 weeks, 1 day 72.91 

S 22,174.60 

History 

Professors: 

Chester Martin, also Head of Department 8 5,500.00 

R. Fienlev 4,700.00 

F. H. UnderhiU, at 84,700; on leave of absence at 2/3rds salary. . 3,133.33 

G. W. Brown (paid also 8670. for Extension Work and 825 from 

Special Funds) 4,500.00 

B. Wilkinson, Mediaeval History (paid also 875 for Extension 

Work 4,500 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

G. de T. Glazebrook, at 83,850; on war service; contribution to 

T.I. & A.A . 192.60 

D. G. Creighton, at 83,200 plus 8200 additional allowance (paid 

also 8188 for Extension Work and 8175 from University Press) 3,400.00 
D. J. McDougall, at 83,000 plus 8200 additional allowance (paid 

also $468 for Extension Work) 3,200.00 



62 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Edgar Mclnnis, at $3,000 plus $300 additional allowance (paid 

also $150 for Extension Work and $15 from University Press) $ 3,300.00 
R. M. Saunders, Assistant Professor (paid also $542 for Extension 

Work) 2,800 . 00 

L. M. Gelber, Lecturer (Sessional) 1,800.00 

G. G. Coulton, Special Lecturer (Sessional; paid also $40 for Extension 

Work) 1,500.00 

H. B. L. Hughes, Instructor (Sessional) 500.00 

Mrs. Elaine G. Mitchell, Reader (Sessional) 250.00 

Miss F. C. Hahn, Secretarial Assistant, 9 months 900.00 

$ 40,175.93 

Italian and Spanish 

Professors: 

M. A. Buchanan $ 6,000.00 

J. E. Shaw 6,000.00 

Emilio Goggio 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

G. C. Patterson 3,800.00 

Juan Cano (paid also $340 for Extension Work) 3,800.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

T. B. Barclay 1,500.00 

N. H. Tayler 1,500.00 

$ 27,100.00 

Law (Also School of Law) 

Professors : 

W. P. M. Kennedy, Constitutional Law (paid also $250 from 

University Press) ... $ 6,000.00 

F. C. Auld, Jurisprudence (paid also $40 in Faculty of Medicine 

and $60 from Special Funds) .••.•■••. • ^,500 . 00 

Jacob Finkelman, Associate Professor, Administrative and Industrial 

Law 3,200.00 

J. E. M. Hancock, Assistant Professor (paid also $220 for Extension 

Work) 2,000.00 

B. Laskin, Lecturer (Sessional) 1,900.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional; without salary): 

H. G. Fox, Industrial Property 

K. G. Gray, Criminal Law and Criminology; on war service 

$ 17,600.00 

Mathematics 

Professors: 

S. Beatty (paid also $1,000 as Dean) $ 5,500.00 

I. R. Pounder (paid also $300. from Special Funds) 4,600.00 

Associate Professors: 

(Each paid also $300 from Special Funds): 

W. J. Webber 4,200.00 

N. E. Sheppard 4,000.00 

D. A. F. Robinson 3,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

J. D. Burk (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,900.00 

Richard Brauer (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,900.00 

H. S. M. Coxeter, (paid also $720 for Extension Work and $15 

from University Press) 2,900.00 

G. de B. Robinson, at $2,800; on war service; contribution to 

T.1.& A.A 140.04 

Miss C. Krieger (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,200.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss M. E. G. Waddell (paid also $300 from Special Funds) .... 2,000.00 
D. B. DeLury (paid also $300 from Special Funds and $200 for 

Extension Work) 2,000 . 00 

D. C. Baillie, at$l,550;on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 77.52 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 63 



Fellows (Sessional): 

W. J. R. Crosby (paid also $300 from Special Funds) $ 700.00 

B. Noonan (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 700.00 

A. J. Coleman 300.00 

L. S. Sinclair (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 300.00 



$ 38,917.56 



Military Studies 

Major M. Barry Watson, Director and Assistant Professor, at $2,600 

(part-time) $ 1,600.00 

Brig. -Gen. G. S. Cartwright, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 600.00 

W. A. Baughurst, Assistant, 10 mos 1,100.00 



Mineralogy 

Professors: 

A. L. Parsons $ 5,000.00 

J. Ellis Thomson 4,500.00 

M. A. Peacock 4,400.00 

V. B. Meen, Lecturer (Sessional; part-time; paid also in Royal Ontario 

Museum) 1,500.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

E. W. Nuffield 400.00 

R. P. Morrison, 7 mos 350.00 

S. Kaiman, 1 month 50.00 

W. Wightman, Laboratory Attendant, 9 mos. (paid also in Royal 

Ontario Museum) 900.00 



$ 3,300.00 



$ 17,100.00 



Philosophy 

Professors : 

G. S. Brett, at $6,000 of which $1,000 paid in Ethics (paid also 

$1,000 in School of Graduate Studies) $ 5,000.00 

F. H. Anderson 4,600.00 

Associate Professors: 

H. R. MacCallum (paid also $430 for Extension Work) 4,200.00 

E. W. Macdonald 3,300.00 

W. Jarvis McCurdy (paid also $310 for Extension Work) ... 3,000.00 

T. A. Goudge, Assistant Professor (paid also $30 for Extension Work) 2,500.00 



Physics 

Professors : 

E. F. Burton, also Director of Physical Laboratory (paid also 

$70.00 from Special Funds) $ 6,000 . 00 

J. Satterlv (paid also $346.67 from Special Funds) 5,300 . 00 

L. Gilchrist 4,500.00 

H. J. C. Ireton (paid also $2,200.34 from Special Funds) 4,000.00 

J. Patterson, Honorary Professor of Meteorology 

Associate Professors: 

H. Grayson Smith 3,800.00 

D. S. Ainslie, on war service at $3,600, 2 mos; contribution to 

T.I. & A.A. $30; at $3,800 from 1 September, $3,166.66 3,196.66 

M. F. Crawford (paid also $1,828.67 from Special Funds) 3,800.00 

Arnold Pitt 3,200 . 00 

C. Barnes, at $3,600; on war service from August 1,035.00 

J. O. Wilhelm, at $3,600; on war service from August, $1,035 of 

which $266.66 paid from Special Funds 768.34 

Assistant Professors: 

Miss E. J. AUin, at $2,400 plus $100 additional allowance (paid 

also $1,189.41 from Special Funds) 2,500.00 

J. M. Anderson, at $2,400 plus $100 additional allowance (paid 

also $2,283.67 from Special Funds) 2,500.00 

A. A. Brant, at $2,400 of which one-half paid from Special Funds 1,200.00 



$ 22,600.00 



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No. 12 



R. R. Richmond (paid also $994.58 from Special Funds) S2,400.00 

H. L. Welsh (paid also S2.049.67 from Special Funds) 2,400.00 

Miss K. M. Crossley. at 82,000 plus S200 additional allowance 

(paid also .5467.71 from Special Funds) 2,200.00 

Miss F. M. Quinlan. at $2,000 plus S200 additional allowance 

(paid also S473.54 from Special Funds) . 2,200.00 

A. D. Misener, Lecturer and Demonstrator (Sessional) at SI, 800; on 

war service from June, 1942 232 . 50 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

H. Sims 2,100.00 

A. Smith 2,100.00 

Mrs. Dorothv Elson 1,500.00 

Robert McKay, 4 mos 700.00 

Assistant Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Mrs. A. Thomson 898 . 75 

Miss L. C. Brandon 800.00 

Mrs. C. Morrison 594 . 75 

Mrs. L. Morrison 550.00 

Mrs. M. Rotenberg 500.00 

Part-time Assistant Demonstrators, at §1.25 per hour: 

D. W. Boyd 333.75 

H. W. Isaac 333.75 

R. F. Couch 247.50 

W. G. Cross 241.25 

J. H. Henry 217.50 

W. J. Cheesman 217.50 

R. Muller 213.75 

R. E. .Scott 213.75 

J. W. Knowles 163.75 

Miss A. T. Reed, Secretary and Class Assistant 2,000.00 

Miss X. K. Reed, Clerical Assistant and Librarian 1,300.00 

R. H. Chappell, Glass-blower, at S3,000 less S33 paid by Rogers Radio 

for service rendered 2,967 . 00 

B. Clark, Mechanician 2,500.00 

Assistant Mechanicians: 

J. Ward 2,100.00 

G. T. Woodward 2,100.00 

F. M. Shepherd 1,900.00 

Albert Owen 1,700.00 

P. Blackman, Laboratory and Lecture Assistant 1,800.00 

J. A. Reid, Assistant Laboratory and Lecture Assistant, at $800 on 

war service; contribution to pension fund 22.00 



Less Chargeable to: 

University Extension $ 300 . 00 

Special Funds 7,480.50 



$81,547.50 



7,780.50 



$ 73,767.00 



Political Economy 

Professors: 

H. A. Innis, also Head of Department (paid also $15 for Extension 

Work) $ 5,200.00 

H. R. Kemp, Commerce, at $4,100; on war service; contribution to 

T.I. & A.A 200.04 

\'. W. Bladen (paid also $160 for Extension Work and $415 from 

University Press) 4,100 . 00 

A. Bradv (paid also $100 from Universitv Press) 4,000.00 

R. M. Dawson '. 4.000.00 

H. A. Logan (paid also $420 for Extension Work) 3,900.00 

M. L. Stokes, \'isiting Professor, 5 mos. (paid also $10 for Extension 

Work) 1,500.00 

L. T. Morgan, Associate Professor 3,700.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



65 



Assistant Professors: 

A. F. W. Plumptre, at 82,900; on war service; contribution to 

T.I.&A.A S U5.0S 

D. C. MacGregor 2,800.00 

J. F. Parkinson 2,800.00 

V. F. Coe, atS2,700; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A.. . 135.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

C. B. Macpherson, at S2,100; on leave of absence 

K. Helleiner 1 ,800 . 00 

Miss L. M. Savage 1,700.00 

R. E. \'. Anderson 1 ,500 . 00 

R. H. Coats, Special Lecturer (Sessional) 1 ,500 . 00 

Temporary Special Lecturers: 

Everett C. Hughes 106 . 23 

Herman Finer 59 . 40 

J. X. Xeff 45.03 

Edward Whittaker 13.18 

C. H. Curtis 11 .00 

R. Craig Mclvor 4.00 

James Dingwall " 2 . 35 

Instructors (Sessional): 

J. G. Perold 1.500.00 

O. \V. Main 750 . 00 

N. Ward 750.00 

S. G. Murray (paid also S406 for Extension Work) 750.00 

Miss E. yi. Rosengren, Instructor, Michaelmas Term (paid also 825 

from University Press) 500 . 00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss J. R. Burnet 250.00 

G. Donaldson 250 , 00 

W. F. Doucet 250.00 

D. Easton 250.00 

A. A. Shea 250.00 

S. Trachtenberg 250 . 00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Miss C. W. McNeill 1,000.00 

Mrs. Joyce F. Wry, 9 mos 750 . 00 

Accounting: 

W. S. Ferguson, Professor (part-time) 2,550.00 

C. A. Ashley, Professor, $3,400; Supervisor of Studies in Political 

Economy, $600.. 4,000.00 

F. R. Crocombe, Associate Professor (paid also $520 for Extension 

Work) 3,500 . 00 

Sociology: 

C. W. M. Hart, Assistant Professor and Supervisor of Studies ' 

(also Special Lecturer in Anthropology, without salary) 3,200.00 

S. D. Clark, Lecturer (Sessional; paid also SIO from University 

Press) 2,100.00 

Miss A. D. Ross, Instructor (Sessional) 1,500.00 



8 63,571.31 



Psychology 

Professors : 

E. A. Bott, also Director of Laborat^y, at 85.000; on leave of 

absence, paid by British Government; contribution to T.I. & 

A.A : 200.04 

W. E. Blatz, on leave of absence from 1 May to 15 September 

(paid also in Institute of Child Study) 4,500.00 

S. N. F. Chant, at 84,300; on war service; contribution to T.I. & 

A.A 200.04 



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No. 12 



Associate Professors: 

William Line, at $3,900; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A. A. $ 195.00 

T. W. Cook (Temporary) 3,600.00 

K. S. Bernhardt, at $3,000 plus $200 additional allowance (paid 
also $1,252 for E.xtension Work, $45 in School of Nursing and 

$783.30 in Institute of Child Study) 3,400.00 

J. D. Ketchum, at $3,200 plus $100 additional allowance; on 
leave of absence from 1 October (paid also $330 for Extension 
Work) 945.06 

Assistant Professors: 

G. P. Cosgrave, 3 mos. part-time at $2,000; 9 mos. at $3,000. . . . 2,750.00 
C. R. Myers, at $2,300; on leave of absence, paid by British 

Government; contribution to T.I. & A. A 115.04 

Miss M. L. Northway, Lecturer, Sessional, at $500 and $1,000 addi- 
tional allowance (paid also $400 in Institute of Child Study and 
$150 for Extension Work) 1 ,500 . 00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional) : 

Miss D. A. Millichamp (paid also $1,750 in Institute of Child 

Studv) 300.00 

K. H. Rogers, at $600; resigned 31 December; also $200 paid by 

School of Nursing (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 425.00 

R. W. B. Jackson (paid also in Ontario College of Education) .... 200.00 

G. W. Anderson (paid also in Psychiatry) 100.00 

Mrs. Magda B. Arnold, Instructor (Sessional; paid also $240 for Ex- 
tension Work) 1,400.00 

Class Assistants (Sessional): 

R. J. R. Bell (paid also $150 for Extension Work) 400.00 

Mrs. B. Gerstein 300.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Stark (part-time) 60.00 

Readers (Sessional): 

G. W^ FitzGerald 300.00 

Miss H. Jones 300.00 

J. K. McCrearv 300.00 

Mrs. Elsie K. Palter 300.00 

Mrs. Pauline C. Shapiro 300.00 

F. Y. S. Tseng 300.00 

Miss F. M. Gregory 200.00 

Miss E. B. Frankel 50.00 

Miss R. Potashin 50.00 

G. C. Cooper, Technician 2,300 00 

Clerical Assistants: 

Mrs. Winifred Mussen, at $1,100 on leave of absence 

Miss G. Bransby, at $1,100 from 15 August 962.50 

Miss J. Gillies, 6 hours at 75 cents (paid also $1,416.67 in Institute 

of Child Study) 4.50 

$25,957.18 
Less paid by School of Nursing 300 . 00 



$25,657.18 



Zoology 

Professors: 

E. M. Walker, Invertebrate Zoology; also Head of Department. . $ 5,500.00 
W. H. Piersol, Histology and Embryology, at $5,100, of which 

$2,550 paid in Anatomy 2,550.00 

J. R. Dvmond, Systematic Zoology 4,300.00 

A. F. Coventry (paid also $200 in Faculty of Medicine) 4,000.00 

A. G. Huntsman, Marine Biology, without salary . 

Associate Professors: 

W. H. T. Baillie 4,000.00 

J. \\\ MacArthur 4,000.00 

E. H. Craigie 3,850.00 

W. T. K. Harkness, at $3,550 plus $200 additional allowance . . . 3,750.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



67 



Assistant Professors: 

Dr. Norma H. C. Ford (paid also $300 in School of Nursing) $3,150.00 

K. C. Fisher 2,850.00 

F. P. Ide, Entomology, at $2,400; on war service from December. 1,450.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

F. E. J. Fry, at $2,150, of which $1,250 paid from Special Research; 

on war service; contribution to T.I. & A. A 107.52 

R. R. Langford, also Demonstrator to First Year Medical Students 

(paid also $1,250 in Special Research) 1,500.00 

G. M. Neal, Demonstrator, Sessional, at $900 plus $150 additional 

allowance— $1,050; Class Assistant for Easter Term— $300 1,350.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Dr. V^ E. Engelbert, at $800 plus $300 additional allowance (paid 
also in Connaught Laboratories and $200 in School of Physi- 
cal and Health Education) 1,100.00 

Mrs. R. D. C. Marvel, at $800 plus $300 additional allowance 

(paid also $200 in School of Physical and Health Education) 1,100.00 

J. G. Aldous 800.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

D. B. Waddell, at $450 plus $166.66 additional allowance 616.66 

L. G. Woodside (paid also $25 as Technical Assistant) 450.00 

C. L. Peterson 400.00 

H. S. Robinson 225 . 00 

J. G. Oughton (paid also in Royal Ontario Museum) 150.00 

F. A. Walden 150.00 

Mrs. Virginia S. Black (paid also in Special Research) 120.00 

F. L. Balmer 110.00 

A. R. A. Taylor 110.00 

H. M. Good. 75.00 

E. R. Flewelling, Michaelmas Term (paid also $21 as Laboratory 

Attendant) 35.00 

Easter Term: 

J. H. Follwell (paid also $500 in Special Research) 165.00 

Miss M. McDowell (paid also $720 as Technical Assistant) 50.00 

Mrs. Grace W. Scott (paid also $10 as Technical Assistant) 40.00 

Technical Assistants: 

■ A. Quantrill 1,500.00 

S. Clare, at $1,000; on war service from September 351 .67 

T. Stovell, at $1,000; on war service from August 270.63 

Mrs. Audrey H. Shortt, 10 mos 800.00 

Miss M. McDowell, 9 mos. (paid also $165 as Assistant) 720.00 

Miss R. Thomas, from 1 February at $1,000 416.67 

Temporary: 

Sprague Troyer 358 . 25 

L. G. Woodside (paid also $450 as Assistant) 25.00 

D. Bryan, 10 days at $14 per week 22 . 16 

Mrs. Grace W. Scott (paid also $40 as Assistant) 10.00 

W. J. LeRay, Curator of Vivarium 1,750.00 

Assistants in Vivarium: 

D. G. LeRay at $900; on war service; contribution to pension fund 24.75 
R. Hannah, 16 weeks, 4 days at $14 (paid also $294 as Chief 

Laboratory Attendant) 233 . 33 

F. Laughlin, 10 weeks, 2 days, at $14 144.85 

Mrs. Ethel Taylor, 6 weeks, 3 days at $16 104.00 

D. Mcintosh, 6 weeks, at $14 (paid also $300 as Laboratory 

Attendant) 84 . 00 

E. Gilbert, 6 weeks, 12 hrs. at $11 73.83 

L. Steele, 4 weeks, 2 days at $14 60.00 

B. Mcintosh, 15 hours at 25 cents 3 . 75 

Chief Laboratory Assistants: 

A. Prince, at $900; on war service from July 170.63 

R. Hannah, 23 J^ weeks at $14 and $15 (paid also $233.33 as As- 
sistant in Vivarium) 346 . 50 



58 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Temporary Laboratory Attendants and Messengers: 

D. Mcintosh, 24 weeks at $12.50 (paid also $84 as Assistant in 

\ivarium) $ 300 . 00 

R. Wright, 2 weeks, 2 days at $15 . 35.00 

E. R. Flewelling, 7 labs, at $3.00 per lab. (paid also $35 as Assis- 

tant) 21.00 

W. Smith, Laboratory Attendant and Stores Assistant, at $1,000 plus 

$400 additional allowance 1,400.00 

E. C. Cross, Secretary, at $1,800; on war service (also in Royal Ontario 

Museum! contribution to pension fund 58.50 

Miss R. Jenkins, Acting Secretary, at $1,200 plus $300 additional 

allowance 1,500.00 

Miss E. Caesar, Stenographer and Librarian 1,050.00 

Secretarial Assistant in West Wing, at $80 per month: 

Mrs. Ruth McGill, from 1 December. 560.00 

Miss M. Marriott, 2 mos. 5 days, resigned 21 November 180.00 



$ 60,628.70 



(2) Departments in University College ($141,150.99) 
Classics 

Gilbert Norwood, Professor, also Director of Classical Studies $ 6,250.00 

(a) Greek: 

E. T. Owen, Professor 4,700 . 00 

Associate Professors: 

D. E. Hamilton 4,200.00 

M. D. C. Tait (paid also $250 for Extension Work) 3,600.00 

(b) Latin: 

E. A. Dale, at $4,700. of which $2,250 paid by Trinity College . . . 2,450.00 

(c) Greek and Roman History: 

C. N. Cochrane, Professor (also Dean of Residence, with free 

house, heat and light valued at $300) 4,500.00 

Miss M. C. Needier, Assistant Professor, at $2,700; on war service 

from December 1,417.50 

Mrs. Frances Norwood, Lecturer, Easter Term 1,000.00 

English 

Professors: 

M. W. Wallace, (paid also $1,500 as Principal of University 

College) 6,000.00 

R. S. Knox 4,900.00 

J. F. Macdonald 4,500.00 

A. S. P. Woodhouse, on leave of absence for Easter Term 4,200.00 

W. H. Clawson, Associate Professor 3,900.00 

Assistant Professors: 

N. J. Endicott (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 2,900.00 

J. R. MacGillivrav (paid also $224 for Extension Work and $40 

from University Press) 2,900.00 

A. E. Birney, at $2,500; on war service from August 718.78 

C. T. Bissell, Lecturer, Sessional, at $2,000; on war service from 

November 750 . 00 

Miss R. L Jenking, Assistant (Sessional; part-time) 600.00 

John Grant, Temporary Assistant 100.00 

French 

Professors : 

F. C. A. Jeanneret $ 5,500.00 

T. S. Will 5,000.00 

St. E. de Champ (paid also $150 for Extension Work) 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. J. McAndrew (paid also $1,000 as Registrar of University 

College) 3,700.00 

H. L. Humphreys 3,600.00 



$ 28,117.50 



$ 31,468.78 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 69 

Assistant Professors: 

R. D. C. Finch (paid also $300 for Extension Work) $ 3,450.00 

J. G. Andison (paid also $436 for Extension Work) 3,300.00 

C. D. Rouillard, at $3,200; on war service from August 920.06 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss A. C. Cole, at $2,350; ob. 7 November 979. 16 

G. L. Assie, at $2,000; on war service from July 416. 74 

J. A. Houpert (paid also $200 for Extension Work 2,000.00 

Miss I. G. Balthazard (paid also $72 for Extension W'ork) 1,800.00 

Miss M. D. MacDonald 1,800.00 

$ 36,965.96 

German 

Barker Fairley, Professor, also Head of Department $ 6,000.00 

Thure Hedman, Associate Professor 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

G. E. Holt 3.450 . 00 

H. Boeschenstein (paid also $300 for Extension Work) 3,000.00 

Martin Joos, Lecturer, Sessional, at $2,100; on war service from August 603. 75 

R. Coper, Instructor (Sessional) 800 . 00 



$ 17,853.75 



Semitics 

Professors : 

W. R. Taylor $ 5,500.00 

T. J. Meek 5,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. V. Winnett 3.000.00 

W. S. McCullough 2,800.00 

Readers (Easter Term): 

G. H. Parke-Taylor 50.00 

R. F. Schnell 45.00 



Ethics 

S. Brett, Professor (paid also as Professor of Philosophv and Dean of 
School of Graduate Studies) ' 1,000.00 



$ 16,895.00 



$ 1,000.00 



University College General 

M. W. Wallace, Principal (paid also as Professor of English) 1,500.00 

Miss Marion B. Ferguson, Dean of Women (with living valued at $400) 2,500.00 

W. J. McAndrew, Registrar (paid also as Associate Professor of French) 1,000.00 

Miss E. H. McAndrew, Assistant to the Registrar 1,050.00 

Miss >L Blackburn, Secretary in the Registrar's Office 1,400.00 

Miss C. Tocque, Stenographer in University College 1,400.00 



Anthropology 

Supplies: 

Royal Ontario Museum, multigraphing, duplex glass $ 1 .77 

University Press, stationery 5 . 40 



Applied Mathematics 

Clerical Assistance and Supplies ($76.38): 

American Mathematical Society, membership $ 25.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet repairs 10.00 

L. A. Philip & Co., repairing !^Iunro calculating machine 24.38 

Postage 17.00 



$ 8,850.00 
$750,899.09 



7.17 



70 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Clerical Assistance ($385.09): 

Mrs. R. Maunder, 4 days 

Miss Elizabeth Sims, 36 weeks 

University Press, printing, stationery, etc 

Accounts'under $10.00 (12) 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $2.47; freight, $2.87; labour, 

$3.02; material, 61 cents 



$ 


16,00 

369.09 

79.66 

49.90 




8.97 



$ 600.00 



Archaeology 

Supplies: 

Buntin Reid Co., mounting board, etc $ 13.88 

Photographic Service, slides, enlargements, operating lantern. . . . 217.30 

United Church Publishing House, slides 15.60 



$ 246.78 



Astronomy 

At University: 

Supplies ($55.25): 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals $ 6.09 

Yere.x's Electrical Co., radio model 19.95 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $14.92; labour, 94 cents; material, 

$13.35 29.21 

At Observatory: 

Supplies and apparatus ($265.41): 

Astrophysical Journal, subscription Jn'If 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., lenses cc'nn 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing oc ce 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals, films, etc ^' £q 

Postage 17.78 

University Press, stationery n o i 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) : • • lO-O* 

Sundry disbursements by department: freight, $2.36; sundries, 

$12.97; hardware, 80 cents; stationery, $3.09 19-22 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.50; telephone, $3.11; material, 

$5.58 .••.•■••> ,•••• ^^-^^ 

Library, including binding, mending and publications ($232.49): 

University Press, binding, books, bulletins, etc c nc 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 15 . 95 



Botany 

Laboratory and Ofifice supplies, labour, etc. ($2,837.39): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., pulleys, drills $ ?q-5^ 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry To on 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., corks J, oi 

W. E. Booth Co., photo plates, slides 53.37 

British Drug Houses, chemicals irr io 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc i cIq 

California Botanical Materials Co., slides ali. tl 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 7070 

Corbett-Cowlev Ltd., laboratory coats im rr 

Eastman Photo .Stores, films, plates, etc 100 k^ 

Fisher Scientific Co., clamp holders, rubber tubing and stoppers. . fa ifi 

General Biological Supplv House, plants 00 on 

Grand & Toy Ltd., stationery ^^'i^ 

J. F. Hartz Co., nipples, etc • •• ■ • H'^ 

Prof. H. S. Jackson, travelling expenses sundry members of the 

st-aff Iz4.97 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals n Rn 

Photographic Service 00 nn 

Postage yy . UU 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance l?n^ 

Russill Hardware Ltd., calipers, dividers, etc 00 a? 

Stephens Sales Ltd., stencils, etc fnnn 

Fred Wood, display case 1^"" 



553.15 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 71 



University Press, printing:, stationery, etc $ 366.05 

Accounts under $10.00 (17) ' 71.66 

Sundry disbursements by department: drugs and stationery, 

$17.51; telephones, telegrams, $38.11; hardware, $21.13; 

supplies, $72.46; sundries, $31.15 180.36 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $64.54; labour, $164.21; material, 

$207.56 436.31 

Herbaria, Bear Island Laboratory, cases, labour, supplies, etc. ($250.00): 

\Vm. Bridge Cook, specimens 25 . 26 

J. Lanoie, specimens 15.00 

Provincial Treasurer of Ontario, rental of Bear Island lot 10.00 

Prof. H. S. Jackson, travelling e.xpenses sundry members of staff. . 160.57 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) " 8.59 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $9.50; material, $21.08 30.58 

Botanic Gardens and Greenhouses, supplies and labour ($2,393.00): 

T. Eaton Co., table and mattress 17.73 

IVIedicine Hat Potteries, flower pots 16 . 74 

B. W. Miller^ Co., plants. . 11.60 

Ocean Chemical Ltd., fumigating 44.00 

Ed. Webb & Sons, chemicals, sprays 40. 15 

Greenhouse assistants: 

P. AlexiefT, 11 ^ months 920.00 

Samuel Bond, 11 months 880.00 

W. M. C. Chilton, 2 months 160.00 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary, 2 months 165.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (9) 47.45 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $37.36; material, $52.97 90.33 

Apparatus and equipment ($430.39): 

American Instrument Co., tube 36 . 36 

Central Scientific Co., thermometers, hot plate, etc 36.70 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 67.50 

T. Eaton Co., pulleys, drills, chain 44. 14 

Frigidaire Products of Canada, refrigerator service 1 .50 

Kelvinator of Canada, refrigerator repairs 12.83 

Olifice Specialty Manufacturing Co., filing cabinet, etc 129.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $81.63; material, $20.23 101.86 



$ 5,910.78 
Less credits: laboratory deposits 588. 50 



Chemistry 

Maintenance: 

Chemistry: 

Chemicals, glassware, apparatus, etc. ($9,079.80): 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware $ 20.77 

American Institute of Physics, reprints 25.60 

Baker Platinum of Canada, palladium sponge 16.00 

Bay Salvage Co., steel file cabinet 45.00 

Belle r t Ice and Fuel Co., ice 31.68 

British ^ « Jg Houses, chemicals 580 . 81 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, filter paper, flasks, tubes, etc 2,270.83 

Canadia ^ ",iquid Air Co., nitrogen 34.48 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbons 93.83 

Central Scientific Co., thermometers, tubing, glassware, etc 1,380.24 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 39 . 87 

Corning Glass Works, flasks 37 . 24 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 68.06 

T. Eaton Co., sugar 10.07 

Guardian Electric Manufacturing Co., relays 11.02 

G. A. Hardie & Co., towels, etc 295 . 15 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals 11 .25 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corporation, dry ice 18.57 

Mack Printing Co., reprints 10.84 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 16.70 



5,322.28 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Merck & Co., chemicals $ 427.32 

Mimeograph Co., ink, paper, stencils, etc 204.30 

National Business Publications, reprints 34.45 

Nicholls Chemical Co., chemicals 502.57 

Ontario Cork Co., corks 160.62 

Ozopure Drinking Water, distilled water 42.50 

Postage 171 . 17 

Scarfe & Co., paint 14.86 

E. M. Tozer, crushing stone 12.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, rebuilt typewriter, $94.50, ribbons, 

maintenance, etc 109 . 72 

Wall Chemicals, o.xygen '. 119.27 

University Press, printing, stationery 730.91 

Accounts under $10.00 (12) 65 . 04 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery and drugs, 

$22.95; hardware, $42.66; groceries, $8.83; sundries, $80.65. 155.09 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $30.89; telephone, $6.11; labour, 

$242.73; material, $1,032.24 1,311.97 

Repairs and Renewals ($505.62): 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, overhauling typewriter 20.08 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $336.15; material, $149.39 485.54 

Clerical Assistance ($83.35): 

W. Banton, 129 hours 51 . 60 

R. Fortescue, 30 hours 15 . 00 

Miss Betty Ham, 1 Yi days 4 . 75 

Mrs. Moody, 4 days 12.00 

Sundries: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $791.24; material, $208.76 1,000.00 

$10,668.77 
Less credits: laboratory deposits, $3,027.05: sale of material, 

$50.60; assays, etc., .$74.00 $ 3,151.65 



Electro-Chemistry : 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Canadian Asbestos Co., asbestos paper $ 11 .51 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps 14.44 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbons 44.96 

Canadian Refractories, bags 23 . 44 

Central Scientific Co., motors, glassware, etc 839.30 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 80.00 

G. A. Hardie & Co., towels, etc 34.75 

Leeds & Northrup, repairs 61 . 20 

Photographic Service, blueprints, etc 13.64 

Radio Trade Supply Co., motor 33.00 

Richardson Bond Wright, charts 72.40 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, repairing typewriter 22.59 

Wall Chemicals, o.xygen 39 . 12 

Wholesale Radio Co., tubes, etc. . 50.01 

Universitv Press, printing, stationery 27.94 

Accounts'under $10.00 (16) 92.30 

Sundry disbursements by department: chemicals, $2.50; hardware, 

$3.69; sundries, $20.53 26.72 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $21.33; labour, $233.06; material, 

$188.35 442 . 74 

$ 1,930.06 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 360 . 55 

Organic Chemistry Research: 

Supplies, apparatus and equipment: 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 14.83 

Annual Reviews Inc., reprints 16.09 

Baker Platinum of Canada, platinum chloride 122.00 

British Drug Houses, drugs, chemicals, etc 71 1 . 20 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 94. 17 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, corks, tubing, etc 384.43 



$ 7,517.12 



$ 1,569.51 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 73 

Corn Products Refining Co., glucose S 15 . 34 

T. Eaton Co., stools, chairs 15.93 

Fisher Scientific Co., glassware, tubes, etc 100.21 

A. S. Hunt, glassblowing 77.50 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals 15 . 60 

Johnson, Matthey & Co., chemicals 28.00 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, reprints 12.61 

Mack Printing Co., reprints 16 . 64 

Ena Mason, analyses 83.00 

X'itrolite Products of Canada, glass 11 . 76 

Walker Metal Products, wire 13 . 52 

Bernd Weinberg, photographic work 15.00 

S. S. White Company of Canada, oxygen, nitrogen 20.35 

University Press, printing, stationery 29.97 

Accounts 'under $10.00 (5) '. 15.65 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery and drugs, $5.36; 

carfare, postage, $1.06; hardware, $7.94; dry ice, $18.37; 

sundries, $42.27 75.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $4.77; labour, $113.77; material, 

$211.76 330.30 



$ 2,219.10 



Physical Chemistry: 
Supplies, Chemicals, etc.: 

Canadian Chromolax Co., immersion heater 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbons 

Canadian Research Institute, repairs 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, etc 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 

Fisher Scientific Co., glassware 

Instruments Ltd., electrodes, silica specpure 

Douglas Jack, mercury 

Johnson, Matthey & Co., wire 

National Business Publications, reprints 

Thermos Bottle Company, liquid air fillers 

W. S. Tyler Co. of Canada, testing sieve, etc 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 94 cents; material, $22.12. 



Fine Art 

Supplies and Equipment: 

Artists Supply Company, brushes, chalk, etc ■. $ 81 .34 

Art Metropole, artists' supplies 23 . 04 

Prof. C. F. Comfort, studio rental 100 . 00 

T. Eaton Company, mounting pictures 27 . 1 1 

Museum of Modern Art, membership dues 1 1 . 28 

Photographic Service, lantern service, slides 286.65 

Postage 36. 15 

University Press, printing and stationery 75.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (13) 42.09 

Sundry disbursements bv department: stationery and art supplies, 

$56.09; carfare, telegrams, etc., $28.31; model fees, $50.94. . 135.34 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.42; labour, $112.01; material, 

$21.82; telephone, 28 cents 135.53 



Geography 

Maintenance ($140.44) : 

Charles Potter, projection lamp, etc $ 25 . 60 

United States Department of the Interior, maps 15.35 

University Press, stationery 42 . 38 

Accounts 'under $10.00 (19) . 39.62 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.21; labour. $4.60; material, 

$7.68 17.49 



$ 12 


35 








108, 


07 








43. 


08 








15 


.00 








157 


.57 








20 


.32 








24 


.56 








41 


.40 








26 


.35 








28 


.56 








16 


.80 








43 


.32 








33 


.07 








24. 


43 








23 


.06 












$ 
$ 


617, 


,94 




11,923, 


.67 



953.53 



74 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Apparatus and Furniture ($287.54): 

American Geographical Society, maps, etc 

Central Scientific Company, micrometer, calipers 

Geographical Press, topographic maps 

Les Editions Fides, journals 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet 

Photographic Service, slides, etc 

University Press, maps, text book, etc 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $11.95; material, $2.32 



$ 22 


,77 


12 


,55 


14 


,61 


11. 


00 


70 


00 


99 


,00 


26 


,05 


17, 


29 


14 


,27 



$ 427.98 



Geology 

Maintenance and Equipment, including mechanical assistance in pre- 
paring specimens ($320.68): 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., cover glasses $ 81.80 

Eastman Photographic Stores, films, chemicals, etc 10.03 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., steel cabinet 38.00 

Royal Ontario Museum, multigraphing 14.60 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, chemicals 30.44 

University Press, printing, stationery 53.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (12) 51.61 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $3.00; labour, $17.48; material, 

$20.22 40. 70 

Summer Field Work, travelling expenses, etc. ($163.95): 

Prof. E. S. Moore, honorarium, $100.00, expenses, $6.44 106.44 

S. E. Wolfe, honorarium, $50.00, expenses, $2.76 52.76 

University Press, stationery 4 . 75 



$ 484.63 



History 

Supplies ($134.53): 

Mimeograph Company, stencils, ink, etc $ 17.60 

Postage 25.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 79.90 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 12.03 

Research Expenses ($22.80): 

Miss Esther Frumhartz, travelling expenses $ 14.65 

Malcolm MacDonnell, travelling expenses 8. 15 

$ 157.33 

Less credits : sale of material 1 . 50 



$ 155.83 



Italian and Spanish 

Supplies and Clerical Assistance: 

Robbins & Townsend, ribbon $ .60 

University Extension, mimeograph supplies 7.38 

University Press, stationery 7 . 28 

Miss E. Rugg, 226 hours, clerical assistance 164.53 

Law 

Office and Classroom Supplies: 

Postage $ 89.25 

University Press, printing, stationery 107.81 

Mathematics 

Clerical Assistance and Supplies: 

American Mathematical Society, membership dues 

D. Gestetner, stencils 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons 

Jacob SamotofT, 1703^ hours, clerical assistance 

University Press, printing, stationery 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



$ 179.79 



197.06 



$ 50 


,00 


70 


.11 


10 


20 


94 


.00 


29 


,26 


2. 


70 



$ 256.27 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 75 



s 


10.00 




5.50 




10.00 




6.00 




11.12 



Military Studies 

Office and General Expenses: 

Brig. -Gen. G. S. Cartwright, used prismatic compass. 

Department of National Defence, books 

J. M. Dent & Son, text book. . 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons 

University Press, stationery 



Mineralogy 

Maintenance and Equipment: 

Canadian General Electric Co., electrical supplies $ 25.85 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 28.21 

J. D. H. Donnay, chart. 10.00 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils 14.21 

Johnson, Matthey & Co., platinum tipped forceps 13.50 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., table 28.00 

Photographic Service, slides, prints, etc 18.50 

Pickes X-ray of Canada, valve tube 92 . 65 

Techni-Products Co., sulphur, iodine 310.25 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, specimens 64.47 

University Press, printing, stationery 26 <^R 

Accounts'under $10.00 (14) 71 . 19 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $46.16; labour, $86.89; material, 

$19.97 153.02 



$ 855.93 



Less credits for: laboratory deposits $ 22.60 

sale of material 21 . 90 

material returned 1 1 . 76 



56.26 



Philosophy 

Supplies, Clerical Assistance, etc.: 

Miss H. DesBrisay, typing $ 55.00 

Mrs. \'iola Gowen, typing 45.65 

Miss Grace Lawrenson, typing 1 . 15 

Photographic Service, slide .' 1 .00 

University Press, printing, "stationery 15.46 



Physics 

Laboratory and Workshop Supplies ($10,315.09): 

A. Aiken, diagrams for experiments $ 36.50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware 291 .20 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 24.66 

American Journal of Science, reprints 77. 18 

Fred C. Baker & Co., thermometers 25.44 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., lens 33 . 46 

F. E. Becker, prisms, etc 20 . 73 

W. E. Booth Co., film, plates, etc 104.07 

Dr. A. A. Brant, repairs 58.92 

British Drug Houses, drugs 60.80 

Canada Metal Co., castings, etc 99. 18 

Canada Wire & Cable Co., wire 114.62 

Canadian Carborundum Co., abrasives 39.57 

Canadian Electric Supply Co., batteries, etc 155.86 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, etc 198.93 

Canadian Johns-Manville, packing, etc 79.89 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals 544.66 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., gas 36.00 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 10.87 

Canadian Tire Corporation, transmitter, etc 18.60 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., contacts 44.54 

Walter A. Carveth & Co., objective 45.00 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 385.03 

Chicago Metal Hose Corporation, bellows, etc 34.01 



42.62 



$ 799.67 



$ 118.26 



76 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



William Daley Cartage Co., cartage S 40.00 

Diamond State Fibre Co., tubing, etc 15.34 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., insurance on Geo- 
physics apparatus 131 . 25 

Dominion Oxygen Co., o.xygen 215.49 

Drummond, ]\IcCall & Co., brass rod 11.52 

Eastman Photo Stores, X-ray film, etc 24.43 

T. Eaton Co., rulers, brushes, stools, etc 52.06 

Exide Batteries of Canada Ltd., batteries 290.55 

Anthony Foster & Sons, acetate 34.98 

Fulton Sylphon Co., bellows 10.84 

General Radio Co., wave analyses, etc 622. 16 

Griffin & Gatlock, thermometers, etc 45.31 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co., tubing, etc 67. 52 

Haloid Co., record paper 163 . 25 

Miss E. M. Hammell, typing 11.79 

Handy & Herman, brazing alloy 18.20 

Herbach & Rademan Co., beta ray tube 32. 15 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 29. 17 

Industrial Electro Plating Co., plating 14.80 

International Resistance Co., resistors 20.15 

Arthur Jackson Machine Tool Co., hoist 94.94 

Kimble Glass Co., tubing 4^.95 

Leeds & Xorthrup Co., meters, etc 49 . 68 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 53.67 

J. C. McLaren Belting Co., belting 11.88 

McMaster University, spectrometer tube repaired 67.50 

W. H. Mawson, used car purchased for mineral prospecting on 

behalf of the Ontario Department of Mines 300.00 

Melbourne Merchandising Co., wool 62.57 

Monarch Belting Co., belting 30.02 

Nichols & Roe Electric Laboratory, meters, etc 37.00 

Nichols Chemical Co., chemicals 44.00 

Northern Electric Co., reproducer set, etc 417.54 

Norwalk Co., Cores 111.28 

Peake & Whittington, photographic prints 35.64 

Peckovers J..td., steel. 81.60 

Photographic Service, slides, prints 84.64 

Pilkington Bros., plate glass 35.28 

Arnold Pitt, supervision of repairs to Silica tubes 904.26 

Thomas Pocklington Ltd., graph paper, etc 10.00 

Postage 49.85 

Pratt & Whitney Co., tools, drills 59. 15 

W. G. Pye Co. , log paper, etc 64 . 67 

Railway Engineering Specialty Co., guages, etc 357.21 

Rectigraph Co. of Canada, rectigraph paper 49.05 

Richards Glass Co., glassware 27 . 40 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons 24.50 

Roneo of Canada Ltd., stencils, ink, etc 62.50 

Robert Simpson Co., catering for tea for presentation of Newton's 

Bust and Principea by Dr. Sigmund Samuel 52.50 

Stark Tube Co., microamperes 14.00 

Stupakoff Ceramic Manufacturing Co., filaments 28.25 

Toronto Armature Co., armatures 16.80 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, service 246.60 

University of Chicago, reprints 16. 16 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, chart paper, etc 36.10 

Walker Metal Products Ltd., wire 40.39 

Wholesale Radio Co., rheostats, etc 154.04 

University Press, printing and stationery 747.57 

Accounts under 5510.00 (36) 179 . 24 

Sundry disbursements by department: sundries, $26.37; hardware, 
etc., S2.73; stationery, $7.94; telegrams, $2.96; expenses re 
presentation of bust of Sir Isaac Newton to Physics Depart- 
ment, $10.00 50.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.49; freight, $273.17; labour, 

$470.09; material, $422.23 1,166.98 

Laboratorv and Workshop Assistance, including technical assistance 
($8;544.76): 

Robert L. Beale, 52 weeks, 1 day 1,765.21 

William Burridge, 18 weeks 246.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 77 



R. E. Cosgrove, 11 weeks S 108. 90 

Martin Devitt. 4 days 8.80 

Mrs. Dorothy Elson, extra services 100.00 

Gordon Ezra, 12 weeks 144.00 

John Farnsworth, 1,396 hours 1,186.60 

James S. Ferrie, 22 weeks, 5 ^ ■> davs 343 . 75 

T. Hand, 3 months '. 105.00 

F. H. Krenz, 1 month 151 . 16 

J. Hubert Lowther, 31 weeks, 33^2 days 451 .00 

P. Milne. 21 weeks, 4 days 352.00 

J. W. Natoli, 1 month 45.00 

Albert Owen, 45 hours 40.50 

Dennis Phillips, 17 weeks, 5 days 241 .00 

S. Shepherd. 11 weeks, 1 day 89.33 

F. Senftle, 1 month 30.00 

B. Sinclair. 1 month 75 . 00 

William Stacey, 22 weeks 330.00 

Mrs. Marjorie Stirratt. 4 hours 3 . 40 

F. Wank. 24 weeks, 4 davs 667.68 

James Ward, 409 hours 369 . 10 

Douglas Welch, 52 weeks, 1 day 792 . 55 

Eric Whyte, 35 weeks, 25 hours 898.78 

Special Laboratory Alterations and Replacements: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $81.44; material, $64.30 145.74 

Apparatus ($920.66): 

Canadian General Electric Co., voltmeter 21 .69 

Canadian Scientific Co., spectrometers, microscopes, etc 639.05 

General Radio Co., condenser 17 . 46 

Leeds & Xorthrup, resistance boxes 144.46 

W. G. Pye & Co., springs, etc 98.00 

Experimental Tables, cases, books, charts, fittings, etc. ($368.73): 

American Institute of Physics, subscription 16.79 

William J. Crothers, refinishing table 20.00 

"Engineering," subscription 13.30 

Adam Hilger Ltd., text books 32.85 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, subscriptions 40.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., desk, etc 95.75 

United States Department of Commerce, charts, graphs 15.72 

Universitv Press, books, etc 61 . 25 

Accounts 'under $10.00 (6) 21 .07 

Superintendent's Dept.. labour, $47.06; material. $4.94 52.00 

Research Associates and Assistants ($7,066.00) : 

N. B. Keevil, 12 months 3,600.00 

A. A. Brant. 12 months 1,281 .00 

L. T. Newman, 12 months 1,100.00 

J. H. L. Watson, 7 months 1,085.00 

$27,360.98 

Less credits: laboratory deposits $ 960.55 

Paid by Dr. Samuel for catering and ex- 
penses of tea at presentation of 

Newton's Bust and Principea 62.50 

1,023.05 



$26,337.93 
Charged to: 

McLennan Laboratory, Research Fund $12,851 .55 

Geophysics Fund 7,104.54 

19,956.09 



S 6,381.84 



Political Economy 

Office and Classroom Supplies and Equipment: 

Prof. W. C. M. Hart, travelling expenses $ 44.21 

Letter Shop Supply Co., stencils 12.20 

Jas. McDowell & Co., repairs to calculator 28.00 



78 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Postage 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, ribbons 

Roneo Co. of Canada, ink. paper, roller, etc 

University Press, stationery, printing 

Accounts under $10.00 (12) 

Sundry' disbursements by department: telegrams 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.38; labour, $3.00; material, 
82 cents 



181.73 
24.20 
54.20 

188.79 
37.29 
14.77 

5.20 



$ 590.59 



Psychology 

Supplies ($1,042.88): 

Cullen & Sons, animals $ 12 . 00 

Department of Educational Research, test forms, etc 13.70 

D. Gestetner, stencils, ink. etc 262 . 36 

Kelley Feed and Seed Co., feed 15 . 30 

Postage 33.92 

Psychological Corporation, record sheets, etc 47. 14 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, ribbons 13.90 

John B. Smith & Sons, lumber 13.38 

C. H. Stoelting Co., plastographs, manual 10. 14 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, electric power 14.01 

University of Toronto Library, replacing volumes 10.81 

University Press, printing, stationery, etc 464.23 

Accounts'under $10.00 (10) 25.18 

Sundry- disbursements by department: drugs and stationery, 

$6.03; animal feed. $8.58; sundries, $8.91 23.52 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $11.97; labour, $36.09; material, 

$35.23 83.29 

Apparatus and Equipment ($243.61): 

Central Scientific Co., tuning fork, etc 63 . 84 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet 38.00 

Psychological Corporation, tests 22.95 

Robbins & Townsend, rebuilt typewriter 112.00 

G. H. Stoelting Co., tests 6.82 

Laboratory' Attendants ($1,550.00): 

Miss G. Evans, 12 months 400.00 

Miss D. D. Hearn, 12 months 1,150.00 

Laboratory Cleaning ($83.92): 

Miss Joan Arnold, 6 months 60.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 23.92 



$ 2,920.41 



Zoology 

Laboratory and Lecture room Supplies ($4,786.02): 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 

Barber-Ellis of Canada, paper, etc 

Biological Abstracts, subscriptions 

Biological Supply Co., specimens 

F. J. Burns & Co., frogs 

Burrill Technical Supply, chemicals 

Canadian Laboratory' Supplies, glassware 

Central Scientific Co., brushes, tubing, etc 

Cullen & Son, animals 

Dominion Glass Co.. glass 

Dominion Oxygen Co., oxygen 

Eastman Photographic Stores, cover glasses, chemicals, etc. 

T. Eaton Co.. cotton batts, drugs, film, etc 

Emmet's Small Stock Farm, animals 

Faurot Protective Identification System, inkless pads 

General Biological Supply House, specimens 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils, etc 

J. F. Hartz Co., drug supplies 

Holliday Flint Glass Works, vials 

Imperial Oil Co., parowax 



71.98 

35.36 

134.97 

27.89 

66.88 

40.16 

16.83 

215.86 

421.39 

30.00 

27.12 

53.50 

171.96 

169.06 

328.75 

25.23 

281.07 

205.10 

84.96 

43.35 

11.88 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



79 



Ingram & Bell, drug supplies $ 114.77 

Lever Bros., glycerine 20 . 93 

Library of Congress, cards 1 1 . 02 

Marine Biological Laboratory, frogs, etc 93.01 

Medicine Hat Pottery Co., crocks 34.21 

Merck & Co., chemicals 13.86 

Murphy's Drug Store, film 10.51 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co.. card cabinet, guides 15.35 

Ontario Agricultural College, eggs, etc 33 . 70 

Royal Ontario Museum, books, specimens 10.25 

J. H. Ryan, abstracts, binding, repairing 60.30 

Sangamo Co., time switch 43.00 

William Smith, preparing specimens 40.00 

Stainton & Evis, stationery 25 . 80 

Toronto Radio & Sports, meters 13 . 65 

Troyer Natural Science Service, animals and specimens 102. 15 

Dr. Fred Urquhart, film 30.00 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, books 201 . 85 

Wholesale Radio, tubes, speaker, etc 38.52 

University Press, printing, stationerv 403.20 

Accounts under $10.00 (31) '. 131.89 

Sundry disbursements by department: sundries and carfare, 
$23.10; hardware, $11.63; supplies, $70.88; telephone and 

postage, $9.39 . 115.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $187.56; labour, $11.06; material, 

$561.13 759.75 

Furnishings, fittings, alterations and new equipment ($783.39): 

Walter Adamovitch, insect filing boxes 124.00 

Central Scientific Co., microburettes, timer, brushes, etc 38.99 

Masco Company, telechron 12 . 50 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., transfer cases, card sections 

and guides 105 . 85 

Stainton & Evis, blotters, chair cushions 20.32 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 9 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $279.81; material, $192.92 472.73 

Incidentals ($426.66): 

Marchant Calculator, connector, spring .services 13.54 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., ruled cards 23.95 

Postage 78.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 15.20 

University Press, printing, stationery 278.51 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 17 . 46 

$ 5,996.07 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 1,000.00 



$ 4,996.07 



University College Departments 

Classroom Supplies: 

Classics ($55.14): 

University Press, stationery, books $ 42.04 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 13.10 

French ($111.85): 

Promenade Music Centre, record cabinet, album 37.50 

University Press, books, stationery 74.09 

Superintendent's Dept., freight .26 

German ($68.63): 

Old Vienna Book Shop, text books 50 . 00 

University Press, stationery 18.05 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, 50 cents; material, 8 cents .58 

Semitics ($64.93): 

Photographic Service, prints, etc 39 . 05 

University Press, printing, stationery 25.88 



$ 300.55 



80 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



University College General Expenses 

Office Supplies, Stationery, Printing and incidentals ($683.86): 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet $ 41 .80 

Postage 160.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, ribbons, etc 19.25 

"The Undergraduate"; 200 copies, $30.00; cuts, $50.00 80.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 305.42 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 22.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $44.21; material, $11.18 55.39 

Messenger Service ($429.00): 

Arthur Smith, 20 weeks 220.00 

Jack Mcintosh, 19 weeks 209.00 

Sundry Expenses of the Principal ($179.20): 

Robert Simpson Co., catering 36.95 

University College Alumni Association, reunion dinner 37.75 

University College Women's Union, graduate tea 58.50 

Students Administrative Council, advertising in Torontonensis. . 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6.00 

Baldwin House (Historv) 

Light $ 182.76 

Fuel ($603.30): 

P. Burns & Co 41 . 66 

Hallidav Bros 561 . 64 

Gas, $28.08; water, $29.08 57. 16 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material .' . Ill .05 

Cleaning and furnaceman ($457.74): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 2.05 

Co-operative Window Cleaning .Service 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 445.69 

Repairs and Renewals ($393.78): 

George M. Hendry Co., blackboard 8.82 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .$301.78; material, $83.18 384.96 

Caretaker, W. H. Tulley, 12 months 1,427.35 

$ 3,233.14 

Less: light charged to Central Power Plant . $ 182.76 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant Radio 

Technician Course No. 2 75.00 

257.76 



$ 1,292.06 



$ 2,975.38 



Biological Building (Department of Zoology) 

Heat and Light $ 3,787.18 

Gas, $65.34; water, .$395.88 461 .22 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 212.97 

Cleaning (.$2,103.13): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 14.30 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,088.83 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,491.01): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades. 39.85 

Clark & Son, plastering repairs 9 . 20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,131.69; material, $310.27. . . . 1,441.96 

Caretaker (with rooms, heat and light valued at $300.00): 

A. J. Wright, 12 months $ 1,189.00 

$ 9,244.51 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 3,787. 18 



$ 5,457.33 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 81 



Botany Building 

Heat and Light $ 5,076 . 95 

Gas, $66.91: water, $218.92 285.83 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 225.00 

Cleaning ($2,202.24): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 9.45 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,192.79 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,701.94): 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5 . 00 

Federal Floor Finishing Co., refinishing floors 65.00 

John Inglis Co., boiler tubes 15.78 

\'ulcan Asphalt and Supply Co., coating floor 18.25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour $1,341.12; material, $256.79 1,597.91 

Caretaker, \V. V. Walker, 12 months 1,374.00 



$10,865.96 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 5,076.95 



$ 5,789.01 



Chemical Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,108.50 

Gas, $407.65; water, $698.56 1,106.21 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 256.99 

Cleaning ($2,129.59): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 16.82 

R. Fortescue, overtime 10.00 

High Park Window Cleaners 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,082 . 77 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,046.81): 

Wm. Bartlett & Sons, repairing shades 34.40 

University Press, tape 3 . 57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,399.68; material, $609.16 2,008.84 



$ 9,648.10 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,108.50 

Sundrv credits, cleaning 11.00 

4,119.50 



$ 3,757.42 
Less credits : light, water, etc 72 . 00 



$ 5,528.60 



David Dunlap Observatory 

Fuel: Halliday Bros $ 604.30 

Electric Current 694 . 39 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 25.70 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $319.71; material, $112.72 432.43 

Sundries, including grounds ($1,100.60): 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone 54.00 

John Jarvis, 12 hours trucking 18.00 

James Scaldwell, transportation of painters to Observatorv 24.30 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) ' 11.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $921.25; material, $72.05 993.30 

Caretaker (with house valued at $15.00 per month): 

T. Mackenzie, 12 months 900 . 00 



$ 3,685.42 



82 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Economics Building 

Light $ 6. 00 

Fuel ($2,287.16): 

P. Burns & Co 28.50 

Canada Coal Co 2,258.66 

Gas, $73.25; electric current, $1,230.11; water, $92.19 1,395.55 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 301 .67 

Cleaning and fireman ($3,781.62): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 19.00 

J. McCormack, overtime 7.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,755. 12 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,253.43): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 21 .01 

Livingstone Stoker Sales Co., stopper base, sections, services. ... 42.70 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,623.74; material, $565.98 2,189.72 

Caretaker, James McCormack, 12 months 1,350.00 



Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 6.00 

Sundry credits: cleaning and caretaker's supplies. . . 395.55 



: 1,375. 43 



401 . 55 



$ 10,973.88 



McLennan Laboratory (Physics) 

Heat and Light $ 5,698 . 96 

Gas, $199.03; water, $439.31 638.34 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 335.54 

Cleaning ($3,746.00): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 57.70 

H. Hill, overtime 33.50 

Queen City Window Cleaning Co 56 . 50 

White Window Cleaning Co 80 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,518.30 

Repairs and Renewals ($6,562.92): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 70.73 

Canadian Hoffman Machinery Co., vacuum cleaner, hoses, 

brushes, etc 675 . 00 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., thermostat repairs, etc.. . 43.31 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .$4,371.98; material, $2,236.90.. 6,608.88 

Caretaker, Horace Hill, 12 months 1,550.00 

$19,371.76 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $5,698.96 
Credit for cleaning 31 . 50 

Charged to: 

Special Radio Class, University Extension 320.00 

Dominion Government Grant Radio Technicians 

Course No. 2 5,820.00 

Dominion Government Grant Physics for Medical 

Radiologists 80 . 00 

Dominion Government Grant Canadian Army 

Course 1,980.00 

Dominion Government Grant Radio Technicians 

Course No. 3 1,200 . 00 

$15,130.46 

$ 4,241.30 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 83 



Military Studies Building (119 St. George Street) 

Fuel ($848.47): 

P. Burns & Co $ 124. 72 

Canada Coal Co 670.07 

Halliday Bros 53 . 68 

Gas, $9.63; electric current, $364.53; water, $23.77 397.93 

Cleaning ($985.48) : 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 8.30 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 14.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 963. 18 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,144.38): 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 5 . 75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $866.96; material, $271.67 1,138.63 



Less credits: cleaning, light $ 40.50 

C.O.T.C— share of cost 366.63 



$ 3,376.26 
407.13 



$ 2,969.13 



Psychology Buildings 

Light $ 63.94 

Fuel ($1,262.11): 

P. Burns & Co 41 . 66 

Halliday Bros 1,219 . 86 

Superintendent's Dept., labour .59 

Gas, $22.46; electric current, $126.82; water, $38.63 187.91 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 78.55 

Cleaning and furnaceman ($1,672.43): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 5. 10 

Central Window Cleaners 5 . 44 

Co-operative W'indow Cleaning Service 16.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,645.89 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,234.56): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 16.99 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $999.37; material, .$218.20 1,217.57 

$ 4,499.50 

Less light supplied by Central Power Plant 63.94 



University College Building 

Heat and Light $ 7,617,75 

Gas, $88.21; water, $111.00 199.21 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 672 83 

Cleaning ($5,720.62): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 24.50 

C. Canning, overtime 1 .00 

A. G. Keel, overtime 30.00 

Queen City Window Cleaning Co 163.00 

White Window Cleaning Co 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5,462. 12 

Repairs and Renewals ($4,438.57): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 57.41 

Clark & Son, plastering repairs 7 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3,751.41; material, $622.75. . . 4.374.16 

Caretaker, W. J. Scott, 12 months 1,550.00 

$20,198.98 



$ 4,435.56 



84 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Less credits: 

Heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $7,617.75 
Cleaning, S653.08; caretaker's supplies, $164.45; 

light, .$36.00. . 853.53 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant Can- 
adian Army Course No. 1: light, $7200; 
caretaker's supplies, $96.00; cleaning, $288.00; 

repairs and renewals, $988.20 1,444.20 

$ 9,915.48 

$ 10,283.50 

43 St. George Street 

Light $ 66.31 

Fuel ($288.87): 

P. Burns & Co 28.33 

Halliday Bros 260.54 

Gas, $36.33; water, $12.54 48.87 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 82 . 70 

Cleaning ($683.26): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 2.90 

Central Window Cleaners 7.04 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 673.32 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $115.68; material, $24.45 140.13 

$ 1,310.14 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 66.31 

Sundry credits 30.00 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant Radio 

Technicians Course No. 2 150 . 00 

246.31 

$ 1,033.83 

45 St. George Street (Law) 

Light $ 41 .01 

Fuel ($565.58): 

P. Burns & Co ■ 55.83 

Halliday Bros 509.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, 30 cents; material, 10 cents. . . . .40 

Gas, $24.95; water, $8.20 33. 15 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 49 . 89 

Cleaning ($526.84): 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 7.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 519.84 

(with rooms, heat and light valued at $300.00) 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $472.44; material, $98.50 570.94 

$ 1,787.41 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 41 .01 

Sundrv credits: cleaning 16.50 

57.51 

$ 1,729.90 

47 St. George Street (Applied Mathematics) 

Fuel: Halliday Bros $ 307.91 

Electric current, $56.99; water, $8.00 64.99 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 29.33 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 85 



Cleaning ($437.91): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 1 . 10 

Co-operative Window Cleaning Service 4.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 432.81 

Repairs and Renewals ($370.97) : 

Wni. Bartlett & Sons, shades 6.23 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $259.80; material, $104.94 364.74 



VII. FACULTV OF MEDICINE 

Salaries 

Administration 

W. E. Gallie, Dean (paid also $10,000 as Professor of Surgery) $ 1,000.00 

E. S. Ryerson, Assistant Dean and Secretary of Faculty (paid also $500 
as Director of School of Physical and Health Education; $300 as 
Assistant Professor of Surgery; $360 in Dentistry; $360 from 

Special Funds and $200 for Extension Work) 5,200.00 

Miss T. W'. MacLaren, Secretary to the Dean (without salary — paid 

$1,500 in Surgery and $200 from Special Funds) 

Miss M. W'. Jones, Assistant to the Secretary (paid also $200 from 

Special Funds) '. 1,900.00 

Miss O. Russell, Assistant (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 1,850.00 

Miss A. Perry, Clerk (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 1,600.00 

Messengers: 

George Hillis, at $14 and $15 per week 743.30 

R. Fletcher, 2 weeks, 2 days at $12.50 per week 29. 16 

Hospital Theatre, Toronto General Hospital: 

Charles Hart, Attendant, Lecture Theatre (paid also $7.50 for 

Post Graduate Course and $3.00 overtime) 1,550.00 

J. Martin, Cloak Room Attendant at $16.60 per week 705.52 

Anatomy 

Professors : 

J. C. B. Grant $ 7,000 . 00 

W. H. Piersol, at $5,100 of which half charged to Zoology- 2,550.00 

J. C. W'att, at $5,000 and $133.33 additional allowance paid by 

School of Nursing 5,133.33 

Associate Professors: 

H. A. Gates (paid also $800 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) 4,050 . 00 

A. W. Ham (paid also $250 in School of Physical and Health 

Education) 4,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. K. George, (paid also $250 in School of Physical and Health 

Education and $187.50 for Extension Work) 3,100.00 

C. G. Smith, at $2,700 of which $200 paid by School of Nursing; 

on war service from September 990 . 00 

Miss K. Baldwin, Fellow (Sessional) 1,200.00 

H. D. Ball, Assistant in Histology- (Sessional — paid also $250 in 

School of Physical and Health Education) 500.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Miss K. I. McMurrich (paid also $600 for Extension Work). ... 950.00 

K. G. McKenzie (paid also $500 in Surgery) 600.00 

M.J. Wilson, Radiological Anatomy (paid also $400 from Medical 

Research Best Fund) 400 . 00 

A. E. Montgomery, Dental Anatomy 400.00 

Dr. Margaret R.Abel, Anatomy $575; Dental Anatomy $150 

(paid also $600 for Extension Work) 725.00 

G. A. Graham 125.00 



$ 1,211.11 
$849,938.25 



$ 14,577.98 



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No. 12 



Mrs. Dorothy I. Chubb, Artist, from 22 March at $130 per month . . $ 552.50 
H. E. LeMasurier, Senior Technical Assistant, at $1,900; on war service; 

contribution to pension fund 52 . 25 

Technical Assistants: 

H. F. Whittaker (paid also $150 in Dentistry and $50 from 

Special Funds) 1,200.00 

G. A. L. Ross (paid also $50 from Special Funds) 1,150.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

H. McCormick 1,900.00 

R. Wilcox 750.00 

Prosector and Museum Technicians: 

C. Storton, at $1,500; on war service from February 1,135.31 

J. Clarke, at $1,250 from 23 November 756.95 

Miss G. Dowsley, Clerical Assistant 1,300.00 

$40,520.34 

Less paid by School of Nursing 200.00 



$ 40,320.34 



Bio-Chemistry 

Professors: 

H. Wastenevs 6,000.00 

A. ^L Wynne 4,200.00 

Leslie Young, Associate Professor 3,700.00 

B. F. Crocker, Lecturer, at $2,400; on war service, contribution to T.I. 

& A.A 120.00 

Dr. Jeanne M. Fisher, Demonstrator (Sessional; paid also $275 from 

Special Funds) 1,100.00 

Fellows (Sessional) : 

J. A. McCarter (paid also $225 from Special Funds) 900.00 

D. H. Laughland (paid also .$212.50 from Special Funds) 850.00 

Miss ^L A. Emmett (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 

W. D. Graham (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 

S. H. Zbarsky ( paid also $200 from Special Funds) 800.00 

L. Sloan, Senior Technician 1,850.00 

Technicians: 

J. W. Fletcher 1,650.00 

J. H. McClary 1,150.00 

Michael Edson, Technical Assistant 1,500 . 00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

W. Clough 1,100.00 

Mrs. Lucy Lumbard 1,050.00 

Mrs. Ethel Wilkie, Laboratory Attendant 900.00 

Miss M. Delamere, Secretarial Assistant 1,350.00 



$ 29,820.00 



Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

D. T. Eraser, Professor also Associate Director of School of Hygiene, 

w^ithout salary (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) 4,500.00 

Associate Professors: 

M. H. Brown, at $1,100; on war service (also in Connaught 

Laboratories) contribution to T.I. & A.A 55.08 

Dr. Frieda H. Fraser (paid also in Connaught Laboratories). . . . 1,100.00 

F. O. Wishart, Assistant Professor 3,400 . 00 

A. M. Goulding, Lecturer and Demonstrator (Sessional) 1,044.00 

Miss H. C. Plummer, Lecturer (Sessional) — paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 500 . 00 

Demonstrators (Sessional) : 

A. M. Fallis. .' 400.00 

R. Hare (paid also $100 from Special Funds) 400.00 

Miss G. Mickle, Class Assistant (paid also $250 from Special Funds) 1,000.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



87 



A. J. Bishop, Technician (paid also $200 in School of Hygiene and 

$200 from Special Funds; also in Connaught Laboratories) $ 1,100.00 

Mrs. Florence E. Blake, Laboratory Assistant (paid also $150 from 

Special Funds) 800.00 

Secretarial Assistants at $1,200: 

Miss E. Barr, on war service; contribution to Pension Fund 33.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth McNeily, resigned 30 November 500.00 

Mrs. Olive Munro, from 1 December 700.00 



$ 15,532.08 



Medical Jurisprudence 

Lecturers (Sessional) : 

\V. L. Robinson (paid also in Pathology and Bacteriology) , 

S. A. Lawson 

F. C. Auld (paid also in Faculty of Arts) 

Cecil Snyder 

I. H. Erb (paid also in Pathology and Bacteriology) 

L. J. Rogers (paid also in Faculty of Arts) 



102.00 
68.00 
40.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 



$ 250.00 



Medicine and Clinical Medicine 

Duncan Graham, Professor $10,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

R. F. Farquharson, at $2,000, of which half charged to Thera- 
peutics 1 ,000 . 00 

W. F. McPhedran, half-time (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

Part-time (each paid also $75 from Special Funds): 

H. K. Detweiler 300.00 

G. W. Howland (paid also $180 for Extension Work) 300.00 

J. D. Loudon 300.00 

J. A. Oille 300.00 

E. J. Trow, in charge of Dermatology 300.00 

W. R. Campbell, Associate (full-time) .' 2,000.00 

Associates (part-time; each paid also $65 from Special Funds): 

R. G. Armour (paid also $50 for Extension Work) 250.00 

Beverley Hannah (paid also in Connaught Laboratories) 250.00 

J. Hepburn 250 . 00 

F. W. Rolph 250.00 

Associates: 

Half-time at $500: 

Trevor Owen (paid also .$125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

W. P. Warner, on war service 

Part-time at $250: 

J. H. Elliott, ob. 18 December; one-half paid to Estate, one-half 
to daughter, Mrs. Grace Ashton Holmes (paid also $700 as 
Professor, History of Medicine and $40 in School of Nursing) 250.00 

J. A. Dauphinee. Senior Demonstrator in Clinical Microscopy, at S250; 

on war service (also Junior Demonstrator) . 

Senior Demonstrators: 
Half-time: 

H. H. Hyland, at $1 ,000; on war service to 15 January 458.34 

G. W. Lougheed (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

Part-time (each paid also $60 from Special Funds): 

Gordon Bates (paid also .$20 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

G. F. Bover (paid also $15 in .School of Nursing) 200.00 

E. A. Broughton 200.00 

E. E. Cleaver (paid also $20 for Post Graduate Course) 200.00 

H. A. Dixon (paid also $15 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

J. G. Falconer (paid also $200 in School of Nursing and $30 for 

E.xtension Work) 200.00 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



J. H. McPhedran $ 200.00 

E. J. Maltby 200 . 00 

W. E. Ogden •.■••■.••. 200 . 00 

H. M. Gray, Junior Demonstrator in Clinical Microscopy (paid also 

$40 from Special Funds) 250. 00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 
Full-time: 

R. A. Cleghorn, at $3,000; on war service from March 2,500.00 

J. Allan Walters, at $2,400; resigned 28 February 1,600.00 

H. E. Rykert (paid also $10 for Extension Work) 1,500.00 

J. Wallace Graham, at $1,000; on war service from June, 1942. . . 83.33 

On War Service: 

R. B. Kerr, at $2 400 

J. A. Dauphinee, at $2,000 (also Demonstrator in Clinical Micro- 
scopy) 

Part-time (each paid $40 from Special Funds): 

A. F. \\'. Anglin , 150.00 

E. F. Brooks 150.00 

F. C. Hamilton 150.00 

L. M. Murray 150.00 

Angus McKay 150.00 

A. E. Parks 150.00 

D. J. Prendergast 150.00 

N. M. Wrong 150.00 

C. R. Burton (Temporary) 150.00 

T. A. Crowther (Temporary) 150.00 

On War Service: 

Ian Macdonald, half-time at $500 

Part-time at $150.: 

W. H. Brown 

A. R. Hagerman 

H. B. Wallis, Fellow 1,190.00 

Research Assistants: 

Miss M. I. Hanna 1,440.00 

N. W. Simmons, at $1,440; on war service from December 840.00 

Miss K. Lee, Technical Assistant, at $95 per month, from 5 January . . 557.75 

R. H, Wilson, Laboratory Attendant, at $780; on war service 

Miss S. H. Glutton, Secretary 1,560.00 



$ 32,529.42 



Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

William A. Scott, Professor (paid also $20 for Post Graduate Course 

and $30 in School of Nursing) 5,000 . 00 

Assistant Professors: 

(Each paid also $75 from Special Funds): 

W. G. Cosbie 300.00 

N. D. Frawley 300.00 

H. B. Van Wyck (paid also $130 in School of Nursing) 300.00 

R. W. Wesley 300.00 

Associates (each paid also -$65 from Special Funds): 

D. M. Low 250.00 

S. J. N. Magwood 250.00 

W. A. Dafoe, Senior Demonstrator (Sessional — paid also $60 from 

Special Funds) 200.00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(Each paid also $40 from Special Funds): 

W. E- Apted 150 . 00 

L. T. A. Armstrong 150 . 00 

y. C. Goodwin 150.00 

H. W. Johnston 150.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 89 



J. C. Mann $ 150.00 

Kent Manning 150.00 

VV. Murby 150.00 

F. J. O'Learv 150.00 

A. Purdy...' 150.00 

G. L. Watt 150.00 

Junior Demonstrators (On War Service): 

D. E, Cannell 

R. B. Meiklejohn 

W. T. Noonan 

M. C. Watson 

D. N. Henderson, Fellow (part-time; Sessional) 500.00 

Miss M. Bonham, Laboratory Technician 1,100.00 

Secretary at $900: 

Miss H. Carson, on war service; contribution to Pension Fund. . . 27.00 

Miss L. X'anderhoorn, resigned 15 March 637.50 

Miss E. Marshall, from 16 March 262 . 50 



$ 10,927.00 



Ophthalmology 

W. W. Wright, Professor, also Head of Department (paid also $25 for 

Post Graduate Course) $ 700.00 

Associates (each paid also $60' from Special Funds): 

F. A. Avlesworth 200.00 

C. E. Hill (paid also $10 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

W. R. F. Luke 200.00 

Mortimer Lyon 200.00 

A. E. Macdonald (paid also $365 from Medical Research Banting 

Fund) 200.00 

H. M. Macrae 200.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(Each paid also $60 from Special Funds): 

J. F. A. Johnston 200 . 00 

A. L. Morgan 200.00 

T. H. Hodgson, Junior Demonstrator (Sessional — paid also $85 from 

Special Funds) 600.00 

Associate Resident Fellows, at $600 (Sessional): 

J. S. Crawford, resigned 31 January 350.00 

D. C. MacDonald, from 1 February 250.00 

Miss M. E. Gray, Technical Assistant, at $1,000, of which half charged 

to Oto-Laryngology 500 . 00 

M. G. Penfold, Secretarial Assistant (part-time) 100.00 

Oto-Laryngology 

A. A. Campbell, Professor, also Head of Department $ 700.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 
(paid also $60 from Special Funds): 

H. H. Burnham 200.00 

J. X. Robert 200.00 

A. H. Veitch 200.00 

D. E. S. Wishart (paid also $15 in School of Nursing) 200.00 

C. A. Rae, Senior Demonstrator, at $200; on war service 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(each paid also $40 from Special Funds): 

G. A. Fee 150.00 

G. W. McGregor 150.00 

A. ^L McLeod 150.00 

G. C. Snell 150.00 

J. Grant Strachan 150.00 

J. A. Sullivan 150.00 



$ 4,100.00 



90 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Junior Demonstrators (on war ser\uce): 

P. E. Ireland, at S500 

H. W. D. McCart, at S150 

Miss M. E. Grav, Technician, at $1,000, of which half paid in 

Ophthalmology' $ 500.00 



$ 2,900.00 



Paediatrics 

Alan Brown, Professor $ 700 . 00 

Assistant Professors: 

F. F. Tisdall, also Director of Research Laboratories 2,000.00 

E. A. Morgan (paid also SlOO from Special Funds) 400.00 

A. W. Canfield (paid also §65 from Special Funds) 250.00 

T. G. H. Drake, Associate (paid also $10 for Post Graduate Course) . . 2,000.00 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional) 

Dr. Gladys L. Bovd (paid also $125 from Special Funds) 500.00 

A. P. Hart (paid also §60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

G. E. Smith (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

\V. W. Barraclough, at $150 and $50 overpaid (paid also $40 

from Special Funds) 200.00 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

L. X. Silverthorne (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

C. E. Snelling (paid also $75 from Special Funds) 300.00 

J. H. Ebbs (paid also S60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

Without Salary: 

H. E. Edwards 

G. P. Hamblin (paid $250 in Pathological Chemistry) .... 



On War Serv'ice: 

A. L. Chute, at $300 (also in Physiology) 

J. R. Ross, at $200 

W. A. Hawke, at §200 

J. D. Keith, without salary 

Dr. Elizabeth C. Robertson, Research Fellow (Sessional — paid also 

$60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

S. H. Jackson, Research Assistant in Chemistry (Sessional) 900.00 

Technicians in Research Laboratories: 

Miss E. Kesteven 700.00 

Miss W. ^L Johnstone, without salary 

Miss M. L. Cassidy, Secretarial Assistant 500.00 

Pathological Chemistry 

Andrew Hunter, Professor $ 7,000.00 

T. F. Nicholson, Associate Professor 3,750.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

D. L. Selby (paid also §250 from Special Funds) 1,000.00 

R. W. L Urquhart (paid also $5,000 as Director of Health Service 

and §187.50 from Special Funds) 750.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

A. G. Gornall, at $1,200; on war service from November 600.00 

C. S. McArthur (paid also $1,133.34 from Medical Research Bant- 

ing Fund and $200 from Special Funds) 800,00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

D. H. Boddington (paid also $135 from Special Funds) 500.00 

J. S. Wilson (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 250.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

W. G. E. Eggleton (paid also $2,400 in Physiology) . 250.00 

G. P. Hamblin (paid also $60 from Special Funds, also in Paedia- 
trics, without salarv) 250 . 00 

C. E. Downs, Technician 1,650.00 

C. H. Downs. Laboratory Assistant 1 ,200.00 



$ 9,550.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 91 



Laboratory Attendants: 

Mrs. J. Faulds S 750.00 

Mrs. C. MacCallum (paid also §243.13 in Faculty of Arts) 350.00 

Miss C. A. Shannon, Secretary 1,200.00 



$ 20,300.00 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

Professors: 

William Bovd S 8,000.00 

W. L. Holman 5,000.00 

\V. L. Robinson, Bacteriology; also Associate Director of Applied 

Bacteriology 2,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

I. H. Erb 300.00 

W. Magner 300.00 

G. Shanks 300.00 

D. X. Henderson. Associate, Gynaecological Pathology, without salary 

(paid S500 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology') 

Lecturers (Sessional) : 

Dr. R. Margarite Price, Bacteriology and Serology 3,000.00 

P. H. Greey. Bacteriology 1,800.00 

D. E. O. Magner, at 81,700; on war service; contribution to T.L & 

A.A 85.08 

Fellows (Sessional) : 

A. V. PostolofT, Senior in Pathology 1,200.00 

Dr. Sara Dubo, Pathology 850.00 

Dr. Alice E. Grav, Bacteriology 1,000.00 

R. G. D. McXeeiy, in Museum, at S850; resigned 30 April 708.33 

Demonstrators in Pathology (Sessional): 

J. G. Mickler ' 150.00 

Dr. Mar>' L Tom (paid also S2,000 in Neuropathology) 80.00 

Dr. Ethel Morgan 60 . 00 

J. A. Hannah 50.00 

Dr. Vivian Laughlen 30.00 

Demonstrators in Bacteriology (Sessional): 

Dr. Margaret S. Thomson (paid also S50 as Temporary Tech- 
nician) '. 100.00 

E. J. Clifford without salary 

Assistants in Laboratory: 

Miss X. \V. Simpson, Pathology 1,500.00 

Miss H. M. Boyd, Bacteriology' 1,100.00 

Special Technicians: 

Miss A. Alvey, at $1,200; on war service from August 331 . 50 

Miss M. W. Kirk, 5 mos. at S70; 7 mos. at S80 910.00 

Technicians in Pathology: 

Mrs. C. M. Westlake, at 81,020; on leave of absence, without 

salary, from 1 September; resigned 31 March 170.00 

Miss E. Lowrey, from 16 September to 31 March, at 880 per • 

month: transferred to be Autopsy Technician 459.67 

Miss J. C. Burk. from 1 April at 885 per month (paid also 8720 as 

Autopsy Technician) 255 . 00 

Attendants for Preparing Media: 

Miss E. A. Gordon, Senior Technician, Bacteriology 1,200.00 

Attendants in Bacteriology: 

Miss D. Xunn, at $840; on war service from July 140.00 

Mrs. Annie Jackson, from 18 July at 865 per mo 740. 16 

Junior Attendants in Bacteriology: 

R. Gale, at $55 per month; resigned 31 March 495.00 

W. Hurst, from 30 March to 14 June at 850 per mo 126.55 

K. Tulley, 7 davs at $50 per mo 1 1 . 67 

J. F. Payne, Preparator 1,800.00 

Miss M. Wightman, Autopsy Recorder 960.00 



92 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Autopsy Technicians: 

Miss J. C. Burk, 9 mos. at $80; transferred to be Technician in 

Pathology $ 720.00 

Miss E. Lowrey, from 1 April at $80 per mo. (paid also $459.67 as 

Technician in Patholog>0 240.00 

Junior Attendants in Museum: 

Miss V. Richards, 9 mos. 10 days at $55 per mo 513.33 

Mrs. Erna MacNeill, 1 month; resigned 55.00 

Miss G. K. R. Boyd, Secretary 1,260.00 

Miss H. J. Williamson, Librarian and Assistant Secretary 1,020.00 

Miss V. L. McKinnon, Museum Secretary 1,260.00 

Miss E. Lytle, Clerical Assistant, 2 mos. .' 140.00 

$40,621.29 
Division of Neuropathology: 

E. A. Linell, Professor . $ 4,500.00 

Dr. Mary I. Tom, Lecturer (paid also $60 as Demonstrator in 

Pathology) 2,000.00 

D. Findlay, Fellow, at $1,000; resigned 30 November 416.66 

Miss M. G. Hein, Technician 1,140.00 

Technician, Medicine and Surgery, at $1,020: 

Miss H. Rogers, resigned 31 Julv 85.00 

Mrs. Honor P. Gray, from 8 September 828. 75 

Dr. Margaret S. Thomson, Temporary Technician 50.00 

Miss C. A. Bell, Secretary 1,200.00 



$ 50,841.70 



Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

V. E. Henderson, Professor $ 6,000.00 

G. H. W. Lucas, Associate Professor 4,000.00 

J. K. \V. Ferguson, Assistant Professor, at $3,600; on war service; 

contribution to T.I. & A.A 180.00 

Fellows (Sessional): 

Mrs. M. M. O. Sweeten 1,500.00 

Dr. Hilda D. Gunther 1,500.00 

Allan Brock. Technical Assistant 2,200.00 

A. C. Morrison, Technician at $1,100; on war service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 30 . 25 

Mrs. Elsie Long, Laboratory Attendant 900.00 

W. Benson, Cleaner ' 900 . 00 

Miss D. Caldecott, Clerical Assistant 550.00 



Physiology 

Professors : 

C. H. Best (also at $5,000 as Director and Professor, Banting and 

Best Department of Medical Research) $ 6,000.00 

N. B. Taylor 4,800.00 

Associate Professors: 

D. V. Solandt, at $3,700, of which $2,010 refunded on account of 

Naval Stipend (paid also $300 from Medical Research Best 

Fund and $2,000 from Special Funds) 1,690.00 

E. T. Waters, at $3,300; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 165.00 
J. Campbell, Assistant Professor, at $2,500, of which $1,000 paid from 

Medical Research Best Fund; on war service 

E. H. Botterell, Lecturer (Sessional at $1,500; also in Surgery) on war 

service; contribution to T.I. & A.A 75.00 

E. Fidlar, Lecturer and Research Associate (paid also $300 from 

Medical Research Best Fund and $450 for Extension Work) 2,100.00 

Research Associates: 

W. G. E. Eggleton (paid also $250 in Pathological Chemistry) . . 2,400.00 

A. L. Chute, at $1,500; on war service (also in Paediatrics) 

J. Markowitz, at $200; on war service 



$ 17,760.25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 93 

Research Assistants: 

Mrs. Margaret T. C. Mitford $ 2,000.00 

L. B. Jaques (paid also $1,400 from Special Funds) 1,400.00 

W. S. Hoar (paid also $744.34 from Medical Research Best Fund) 1,432.31 

Miss H. J. Bell (paid also $300 from Medical Research Best Fund) 1,200.00 
Miss J. I. Hamilton, at $1,000 to 31 March; paid from 1 April, 

$300 from Special Funds 750.00 

Gracent Eidt, at $1,600; resigned 8 August 167.74 

J. D. Brown, Technical Assistant in Bio-Physics 1,500.00 

F. L. Robinson, Technical Assistant and Glass-Blower (paid also $500 

from Medical Research Best Fund) 2,000.00 

G. Scattergood. Laboratory Assistant to Teaching Laboratories at 

$1,250; on war service; contribution to Pension Fund 34.40 

A. Elliott, Mechanician 1,850.00 

Animal Caretakers: 

G. L. Robinson, at $1,350; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 33.75 

S. McCracken, at $1,040; on war service 

T. W. Kober, temporary 900.00 

Assistant Animal Caretakers: 

A. D. Crouch, at $1,100; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 30.25 

J. D. Illingworth, at $885, resigned 31 August (paid also $17.16 

from Medical Research Best Fund) 147.50 

Temporary Technical Assistants: 

Kerr M. Angus, 38 weeks, 5 days, at $16 621 .34 

R. Thorpe, 3H weeks at $16 56.00 

Mrs. Florence Lutton, 3 weeks at $15 45.00 

Miss M. Cory, Departmental Librarian 1,250.00 

Miss D. Secord, Secretarial Assistant (paid also $150 from Medical 

Research Best Fund) 1,250.00 

$ 33,898.29 

Psychiatry 

C. B. Farrar, Professor $ 5,000 . 00 

E. P. Lewis, Assistant Professor (paid also $135 from Special Funds) . 500.00 

Dr. Mary V. Jackson, Associate (paid also $60 from Special Funds) . . 250.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

G. W. Anderson (paid also $100 in Psychology) 150.00 

Dr. Ruth M. Franks (paid also $200 for Extension Work) 150.00 

G. H. Lugsdin (paid also $30 from Special Funds) 150.00 

B. T. McGhie 150.00 

L. D. Proctor (paid also $2,500 from Psychiatric Research) 150.00 

J. G. Dewan, Research Fellow, without salary (paid in Psychiatric 

Research) 

Miss A. F. Abbott, Secretarial Assistant (without salary) 



— $ 6.500.00 



Radiology 

G. E. Richards, Professor $ 700 . 00 

A. C. Singleton. Assistant Professor, at $250; on war service 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

M. R. Hall (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

A. H. Rolph (paid also $60 from Special Funds) 200.00 

J. Somers, at $200; resigned 31 December (paid also $30 from 

Special Funds) 100 . 00 

C. L. Ash, Assistant (Sessional; part-time) 500.00 



Special Lectures 

Professor J. H. Elliott. History of Medicine, at $700; ob, 18 December; 
one-half paid to Estate; one-half to daughter, Mrs. Grace Ashton 
Holmes (paid also $250 in Medicine and $30 in School of Nursing) 700.00 



$ 1,700.00 



94 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

History of Science and Civilization: 

A. F. Coventry (paid also in Faculty of Arts) $ 200 . 00 

H. Wasteneys (paid also in Bio-Chemistry) 200 .00 

Dentistry: 

D. M. Tanner, at $100 (also in Faculty of Dentistry) on war 

service 

A. D. A. Mason (paid also $5,000 in Faculty of Dentistry). . 100,00 

G. S. Young, Medical Ethics and Economics, without salary 



Surgery and Clinical Surgery 

W. E. Gallie, Professor (paid also $1,000 as Dean) $10,000.00 

Assistant Professors: 

(each paid also $75 from Special Funds): 

T. A. J. DufiF 300.00 

R. R. Graham 300 , 00 

R. I. Harris (paid also $25 for Post Graduate Course) 300.00 

K. G. McKenzie (paid also $25 for Post Graduate Course) 300.00 

Robin Pearse 300.00 

D. E. Robertson . 300 . 00 

E. S. Ryerson (paid also as Assistant Dean and Secretary and in 

Faculty of Dentistry) 300 . 00 

N. S. Shenstone 300.00 

G. E. Wilson 300.00 

H. W. Wookey 300.00 

Associates: 

(each paid also $65 from Special Funds): 

G. S. Foulds 250.00 

R. E. Gaby 250.00 

A. B. LeMesurier : . 250.00 

R. J. A. McComb 250.00 

C. B. Parker 250.00 

T. A. Robinson 250.00 

R. H. Thomas 250.00 

J. W. Ross, Associate at $250; on war service 

Senior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(each paid also $60 from Special Funds): 

J. H. Couch (paid also $40 for Post Graduate Course and $20 in 

School of Nursing) 200.00 

C. R, B. Compton 200.00 

C. W. Harris 200.00 

R. M. Janes 200.00 

J. C. McClelland 200.00 

J. L. McDonald 200.00 

J. Spence Reid 200.00 

N. W, Roome 200.00 

J. A, MacFarlane, Senior Demonstrator, Sessional at $200; on war 

service 

Junior Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(each paid also $40 from Special Funds): 

H. G. Armstrong 150.00 

W. G. Carscadden 150.00 

J. T, Danis 150.00 

R, C. Laird 150.00 

F. L Lewis (paid also $20 for Extension Work) 150.00 

D. W. G. Murray 150.00 

D. W. Pratt 150.00 

E. E. Shouldice 150.00 

R. M. Wansbrough 150.00 






$ 1,200.00 



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Special Demonstrators (Sessional): 

(each paid also $40 from Special Funds): 
M, H. V. Cameron 



G. W. Carrow 

H. F. Robertson (paid also $20 in School oi Nursing) 

Wallace A. Scott 

R, V. B. Shier 

W. O. Stoddart 



Junior Demonstrators (Sessional at $150 on war service): 

J. W. Brennan 

A. W, Farmer 

S. D. Gordon 

W. S. Keith 

D. R. Mitchell 

T. R. Sarjeant 

C. H. Watson 

W. K. Welsh 

A. W. M. White 



Fellows (Sessional): 

Dr. Jessie C, Gray 

E. H, Botterell, at $1,500 (also in Physiology) on war service; 

contribution to T.I. & A. A 

Fellows (Sessional; part-time): 

S. A. Thomson 

F. R. Wilkinson, at $1,000; on war service to 31 December 

R. G, McKenzie (paid also $600 in Anatomy) 



Resident Fellows (Sessional): 

Dr. Marjorie I. Davis (paid also $100 from Special Funds) 

D. B. MacLaren (paid also $100 from Special Funds and $5.00 
for Post Graduate Course) ' 

Assistant Resident Fellows (Sessional): 

D, M. MacDougall 

R. H. More 

W. A, Shandro, at $300; resigned 28 February 

H.J. Sullivan „ 

F, F, Sypher 

D. R. Bohnen (Easter Term) 



On War Service at $300: 

J, E. Bateman 

G. E. Cooper 

N. C. Delarue 

F. P. Dewar 

J. R. Francis 

G. A. Lane 

P. F. McGoey 

E. G. Mever 

W, T. Mustard 

G. E. P. Wilson 

Miss Helen Hare, Technician, from 1 February to 15 June at $110 per 

month 

Miss T. W. MacLaren, Secretary (also Secretary' to the Dean) 



150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
75.00 



1,800.00 
75.00 



500.00 
500.00 
500.00 



1,650.00 
400.00 



300 . 00 
300 . 00 
187.50 
300.00 
300.00 
150.00 



495 . 00 
1,500.00 



$ 27,482.50 



Therapeutics 

R. F. Farquharson, Assistant Professor, also Head of Department 

paid also $1,000 in Department of Medicine) 1,000.00 

Associates: 

H. J. Shields, in charge of Anaesthesia (paid also $65 from Special 

Funds) 250.00 

W. J. Gardiner, in charge of Physical Therapy (paid also $100 

from Special Funds and $500 for Extension Work) 400.00 

C. E. Cooper Cole, Senior Demonstrator (Sessional — paid also $60 

from Special Funds) 200 . 00 



96 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Junior Demonstrators in Anaesthesia (Sessional): 
(each paid also S40 from Special Funds): 

G. R. Balfour S 150.00 

W. Easson Brown 150.00 

C. G. Brvan 150.00 

S. M. Campbell 150.00 

J. Chassels 150.00 

X. S. Clark 150.00 

S. J. Evelvn 150.00 

H. R. Hargrave 150.00 

K. M. Heard 150.00 

C. H. Robson 150.00 

A. R. Wilkins 150.00 

K. E. HoUis, Junior Demonstrator in Anaesthesia at S150 (Sessional) 

on war service 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Dr. Jean. M. Meiners 50.00 

D. J. McKenzie 50.00 

A. J, Longmore 50 . 00 

H. E. Pugsley, Research Fellow (Sessional) 800 . 00 

Miss R. Harland, Temporary Assistant in Physical Therapy 215.00 

Mrs. Jean L. Reid, Secretarial Assistant (part-time) 420.00 

$ 5,085.00 



$325,274.56 



Less charged to: 

Rockefeller Fund $ 47,443.82 

Eaton Endowment 17,079.42 



$64,523.24 



$260,751.32 



Anatomy 

Anatomical Material ($2,303.99): 

E. E. Bolton $ 480.00 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co 85.40 

C. Hunt 74.00 

Imperial Oil Ltd 33.20 

Lever Bros 91 .88 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 56 . 00 

F. W. Mathews Co 1,103.58 

Harry R. Ranks 60.00 

Mrs. R. T. Saunders ; 50.00 

Dr. Alan Vaughan 80.00 

Yorke Bros 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $69.88; material, $90.05 159.93 

General Supplies, equipment and incidentals ($1,886.98): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 104.71 

Apex Salvage Co., card cabinet 19.50 

Art Metropole, mounting board, etc 21 . 48 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., alcohol 38.70 

Central Scientific Co., pipettes 13.64 

Miss D. I. Chutt, lettering, etc 50.00 

Corbett-Cowley, laboratory coats 68. 48 

Eastman Photographic Stores, film meter, film pan plates 158.75 

T. Eaton Co.. towels, oilcloth 39. 10 

General Films Ltd., projector and screen 130.95 

Dr. J. C. B. Grant, models for life class 68.75 

J. F. Hartz Co., pencils, scissors, needles 40.90 

Imperial Oil Ltd., oil drums 17.40 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., amber bottles, rubber gloves, spools 32.55 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 230. 38 

Postage 20.00 

E. Pullan Wipers and Waste Co., waste 41 .25 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 42.48 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections, overhauling 42.00 

Stephens Sales Ltd., roller for machine, ink 40.80 

G. Tamblyn Ltd., drugs 11. 90 



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Toronto Door & Sash Co., lumber S 14.80 

Harry Whittaker, photographs 25.00 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy & Biology, reprints 22.64 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 199.08 

Accounts'under $10.00 (9) 52 . 21 

Sundry disbursements by department: hardware, §22.87; pro- 
visions, $9.69; stationery and postage, $9.92; sundries, $12.35 54.83 
Superintendent's Dept., freight, $9.72; labour, $124.91; material, 

$150.07 284.70 

$ 4,190.97 

Less credits: sale of material $80.85 

laboratory deposits 14 . 80 

95.65 



Bio-Chemistry (including Zymology) 

Supplies and Apparatus ($4,914.14): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd., milk $ 58.91 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 27.03 

American Society of Biological Chemists Inc., subscription 27.75 

Borden Co. Ltd., milk, dry ice 17.22 

George A. Breon & Co., chemicals 17.49 

British Drug Houses Ltd., drugs 223 . 64 

Canada Packers Ltd., blood 30.38 

Canadian General Electric Co., heating unit 12.78 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, chemicals, etc 470.24 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., nitrogen 68.70 

Central Scientific Co., glass tubing flasks 620.20 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 52 . 00 

Corbett-Cowley Co., laboratory coats 75.68 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals, etc 380.03 

T. Eaton Co., feed for animals, etc 85.71 

F. W. Fisher Co., filing cases 22.03 

Fuller Brush Co., brushes 130.47 

J. F. Hartz Co., syringes, drugs, etc 43.27 

F. Jennings, sawdust 16.50 

Kelvinator of Canada Ltd., brushes, valves 55. 10 

Levitt Safety Appliance Co., goggles, respirators, etc 41.75 

E. Machlett & Son, manometers, glassware, springs 119.00 

Merck & Co., chemicals 470.67 

Mimeograph Co. of Canada, stencil paper 21 . 28 

T. Nicola, vegetables 16 . 80 

Postage 15.00 

Richards Glass Co., tubes 26.73 

Shawinigan Chemicals Ltd., chemicals 10 . 36 

Toronto Elevators Ltd., feed 45 . 75 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, chair pads 11.45 

Waverley Press Inc., reprints 20 . 09 

S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Co., meghoms 11.88 

University Press, printing and stationery 192.02 

Accounts under $10.00 (18) 75 . 26 

Sundrv disbursements by department: supplies, $25.37; hardware, 

$6.78; telegrams, $7.85 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $72.83; labour, $476.87; material, 

$811.27 1,360.97 

$ 4,914.14 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 378.52 



$ 4,095.32 



$ 4,535.62 



Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

Supplies and Apparatus ($2,174.49): 

British Drug Houses, drugs $ 70. 18 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware, etc 212.01 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 103 . 66 

Connaught Laboratories, chemicals, animals, etc 785.34 

General Biological Supply House, specimens 20.21 

Hague & Hague, laboratory coats 186 . 00 



98 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

J. F. Hartz Co., tubing, syringes, etc $ 10.40 

Ingram ^ Bell, depressors, tubing 11 . 25 

Mimeograph Co., ink, paper 88.46 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cabinet 36.00 

Postage 16.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 77.70 

Expenses re special demonstrations: 

Miss A. Dove 10.00 

Miss M. Tressider 10.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 372.20 

Accounts under $10.00 (19) 86.23 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $5.85; supplies, 

$9.15 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $9.36; labour, $29.87; material, 

$24.62 63.85 

Cleaner, Mrs. Ada Hall, 279 days 764.04 



$ 2,938.53 

Less credits : sale of material 389 . 50 

Medical Jurisprudence 

(Nothing Spent) 

Medicine 

Supplies and Chemicals ($614.30): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 12.60 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, filter paper, chemicals 28.19 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 25.50 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals 10.00 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 14.22 

Difco Laboratories, thromboplastin 10 . 94 

Ingram & Bell, microscope, slides, chemicals, etc 280. 34 

Photographic Service, prints 10.30' 

Postage • 28 . 18 

Charles Thomas, reprints 30 . 73 

Waverley Press, reprints 16 . 70 

University Press, printing and stationery 40.09 

Accounts under $10.00 (9) 46.75 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $2.76; hard- 
ware, $7.28; telegrams, $1.25; supplies, $3.57 14.86 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $11.38; labour, $5.00; material, 

$28.52 44 . 90 

Apparatus ($505.88): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., chemicals, etc 153.73 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware _ 30. 13 

Eastman Photographic Stores, kodaslide, chemicals, etc 61.88 

Ingram & Bell, slide boxes 12 . 50 

A. Kelly, films 154.09 

A. W. McKee, repairs 10.00 

Radio Trade Supply Co., meters 35 . 09 

Rubicon Co., photoelectric cell 11 .62 

Universal Refrigeration Ltd., servicing refrigerator 10. 10 

Accounts under $10.00 (3).... 11.05 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $15.31; material, 38 cents 15.69 

Books and Periodicals ($676.22): 

McAinsh & Co., subscriptions 18.45 

Thos. Nelson & Sons, books 15 . 00 

University Press, printing and stationery 642.77 

Laboratory Cleaning: 

Miss E. Bailey, 52 weeks 328. 65 

$ 2,125.05 

Less credits: sale of materials 98. 15 

(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 2,026.90 



$ 2,549.03 



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Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Bruce Publishing Co., reprints 

Munson Supply Co., keys 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., chair 

Postage 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 

Miss L. \'an Der Hoorn, typewriter 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 



32.14 
12.00 
20.00 
11.00 
17.80 
50.00 
33.14 
1.93 



$ 178.01 



Ophthalmology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Down Bros. Ltd., lantern slides 

Eastman Photographic Service, films, bulbs 

McAinsh & Co., books 



151.50 

11.03 

9.00 



171.53 



Oto-laryngology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Photographic Service, films 

University Press, printing, stationery 



6.00 
17.00 



Paediatrics 

Supplies and Chemicals ($909.97): 

Acme Farmers Dairy Ltd., milk $ 53.40 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 110.30 

British Medical Journal, reprints 38.26 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, funnel, filter paper, chemicals. . . 329.45 

Capper Printing Co., reprints 30.51 

Central Scientific Co., beakers, etc 16.85 

John Hopkins Press, reprints 13.84 

Matheson & Co., chemicals 11.34 

Merck & Co., chemicals 57.05 

C. V. Mosby Co., reprints 14.00 

Postage 27.00 

University Press, printing, stationery 35. 12 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 33 . 03 

Sundry' disbursements bv department: food supplies, $7.06; tele- 
grams, $6.11; sundries, $6.83 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $13.41; material, $106.41 119.82 

Apparatus ($370.93): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tube cylinders, etc 110.56 

Central Scientific Co., pipettes, tubes, etc 247.47 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 12.90 

(Charged to Eaton Endowment) $ 1,280.90 



23.00 



Pathological Chemistry 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 47.74 

Banting and Best Department of Medical Research, reprints. ... 11 .00 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 364. 17 

Cambridge University Press, reprints 11 .76 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, bottles, etc 94.75 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware 695.02 

Connaught Laboratories, heparin 48.28 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., frocks 30.21 

CuUen & Son, animals 67.50 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 19.91 

T. Eaton Co., towels, lamps, etc 21 . 73 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, reprints 10.59 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, vials 25 . 85 

Postage 35.50 



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No. 12 



Robbins & Townsend, inspections S 12 . 60 

Roneo Co. of Canada, ink, binding 92.96 

Sanborn Co., refills, paper 18.71 

University Press, printing, stationery 49.23 

Accounts under $10.00 (9) 39 . 40 

Sundry disbursements by department: supplies, $20.28; drugs, 

$5.72; hardware, $7.07; sundries, $6.98. 40.05 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $7.33; labour, $4.43; material, 

$90.66 102 . 42 

$ 1,839.38 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 178.75 



$ 1,660.63 



Pathology and Bacteriology 

Supplies and Apparatus ($3,042.49) : 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry $ 121 .33 

Art Metropole, microscope 280.00 

Bauer Sc Black Ltd., cotton 52.68 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 40.54 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 29.00 

Canadian National Carbon Co., carbons 11 . 98 

Walter Carveth & Co., bulbs 61 . 75 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 59.02 

CuUen & Sons, animals 19 . 20 

Diamond Cleanser & Soap Ltd., soap powder 55.38 

Eastman Photographic Stores, films, plates, etc 363.45 

T. Eaton Co., lamps, material, etc 14.50 

C. Emmett, animals 171 .00 

Frigidaire Canada Ltd., service, valves 32. 17 

General Filtration & Engineering, filter sheets 11 .00 

Gold Medal Meat Market, eggs, meat 126.21 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals, glassware _. 180.69 

Ingram & Bell, acid, thermometers '. 144.90 

Kilgours Ltd., paper 24.05 

MacCallum Scale Service, repairs 29.00 

Maxwell Paper Box Co., boxes 29.66 

James Palmer, cover slips 145 . 00 

Postage 30.41 

Queen City Glass Co., glass 15.28 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 38.05 

Alvar H. Simpson, homozone 88 . 50 

Waverley Press, reprints 15 . 66 

University Press, printing, stationery 301 .00 

Accounts'under $10.00 (15) 72.03 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $18.57; hard- 
ware, $32.20; supplies, $28.72 79.49 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $9.23; labour, $88.45; material, 

$301.88 399.56 

Museum Supplies ($361.21): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., envelopes, binding 173.87 

F. Carrington, table for filing box, etc 19.46 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals 92.25 

Norda Ltd., nulomaline 13.52 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 7.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $34.18; material, $20.73 54.91 

Alterations in Museum ($1,653.70): 

J. F. Hartz Co., boxes 3.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, .$979.05; material, $671.65 1,650.70 

Neuropathology ($576.93): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry. 40.40 

American Medical Association, reprints 29.00 

British Medical Journal, reprints 41.84 

Walter A. Carveth, repairs to microscope 17.00 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats 25.89 

Dictaphone Corporation Ltd., inspections 26.00 

J. F Hartz Co., chemicals, glassware 126.58 



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Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corp., gas $ 42.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., card cabinets 19.00 

Postage ' 13.00 

Robbins & Townsend, repairs, inspections 14.20 

Robert Simpson Co., towels 24.46 

University Press, printing, stationery 71 . 14 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 7.57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3.58; material, $75.27 78.85 

$ 5,634.33 

Less credits: laboratory deposits $ 138.31 

Sale of material 143.24 

281.55 



$ 5,352.78 



Pharmacy and Pharmacology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., fan belt $ 24. 11 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 27.43 

Biological Associates Registered, frogs 74. 25 

Breeding & Laboratory Institute, specimens 83.53 

British Drug Houses, chemicals 39. 71 

Canadian Electrical Supply, electrical supplies 16. 18 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware 78.44 

Cana'dian Medical Association, reprints 15.00 

Cullen & Sons, animals 186 . 90 

Drug Trading Co., drugs 27.08 

Electrical Supply, tubes 10 . 72 

J. F. Hartz & Co., scissors, chemicals 15.11 

Ingram & Bell, drugs, instruments, etc 25 . 38 

Lederle Laboratories Ltd., chemicals 24.38 

Photographic Service, prints 15.52 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 85 . 86 

Risebrough & Jackson, feed 22 . 99 

Rubicon Co., dishes 23 . 72 

Waverley Press Inc., reprints 13.35 

University Press, printing, stationery 99. 49 

Accounts'under $10.00 (13) , 54.22 

Sundry disbursements by department 11 .85 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $22.91; labour, $20.22; material, 

$157.80 200.93 

$ 1,176.15 

Less credits : sale of material 83 . 40 



$ 1,092.75 



Physiology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Ace Glass Inc., glassware $ 18. 76 

Acme Farmers Dairy, cheese, milk 105 . 67 

•Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 47.81 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 62.70 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison Ltd., tabs 10.05 

Bikoe Manufacturing Co., exterminator spray 56.00 

Biological Associates Registered, frogs 51 . 50 

Biochemistry Department, reprints 12.38 

Borden Co., ice cream, dry ice, etc 40.48 

Burke Electrical & X-ray Co., converter 128.70 

F. J. Burns & Co., frogs. . 149.01 

Business Furniture Co., cabinet, chair 19.00 

Canada Packers Ltd., meat 12.63 

Canadian Electrical Supply, batteries, resistors 31 . 54 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals 21 . 54 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., cylinder rental, gas 38.54 

Canadian National Telegraphs 15. 13 

Central Scientific Co., batteries, glassware, etc 346.34 

Warren E. Collins, soda lime 36 . 91 

Connaught Laboratories, laboratory coats, heparin, animals.... 396.75 

Corbett-Cowley, laboratory coats 18 . 77 



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Cullen & Sons, animals $ 238.50 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 341 . 54 

Eastman Photographic Service, plates, films 42.76 

T. Eaton Co., meat, gauze, smocks, etc 290.94 

A. S. Hunt, tubes 12.00 

Frank Jennings, sawdust 44.00 

Kelley Feed & Seed Co., feed 162.25 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, ice 29. 14 

E. Machlett & Son, reaction vessels 21 . 45 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, chemicals 14.85 

Mary-Elizabeth Food Shop, bread .- 11 .50 

Munson Supply Co., typewriter keys 12.00 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals 25. 12 

Ontario Laundry Co 144 . 17 

P. Pettigrew, meat 26 . 50 

Postage 59.35 

Pr>^al & Xye, batteries 86.00 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides, prints 35.25 

Robbins & Townsend, inspections 15.80 

Ryerson Film Service, films 17.15 

Stephens Sales Ltd., ink, stencils, etc 33.03 

Arthur H. Thomas Co., burettes 69.51 

Toronto Transportation Commission, car tickets 31 .25 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, set squares, etc 11.40 

Wholesale Radio Co., tubes, motor, etc 87 . 52 

John Wyeth Co. , peroxide 42 . 18 

University Press, printing, stationery 552.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (37) 171 . 75 

Sundrv disbursements by department: stationery, etc., $10.66; 

Supplies, $66.29; hardware, $32.70 109.65 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone calls, $84.68; freight, $243.12; 

labour, $172.93; material, $328.99 829.72 

$ 5,188.99 

Less credits: laboratory deposits $ 29 . 90 

sale of material, etc 12 . 55 

42.45 



$ 5,146.54 



Supplies and Apparatus: 

Dr. L. D. Proctor, travelling expenses. 
University Press, student directories.. 



Psychiatry 



25.00 
.80 



25.80 



Radiology 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Toronto General Hospital, X-Ray films, plates, etc. 



$ 900.00 



$ 900.00 



Surgery 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints $ 13.50 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory' coats 53.77 

Down Bros. , batteries 62 . 75 

T. Eaton Co., photo supplies, etc 52.96 

Miss Helen F. Hare, travelling expenses 17.25 

J. F. Hartz Co., drills, etc 14.25 

Hospital for Sick Children, students' supplies 25.00 

International Books, subscriptions 20.00 

J. B. Lippincott Co., reprints 17.63 

C. \'. Mosby, subscription 1 1 . 84 

Photographic Service, prints, slides 16.50 

Postage ' 30.04 

Stephens Sales Ltd., statement 79.59 

St. Michael's Hospital, students' supplies 30.00 

Toronto General Hospital, students' supplies 25.02 

Victor X-ray Corporation, films, developer, etc 26.83 

University Press, printing, stationery 151 .40 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 103 

Accounts under $10.00 (9) $ 43.35 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $1.95; labour, $3.10; material, 

30 cents 5.35 

$ 707.03 



Therapeutics 

Supplies and Apparatus: 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, capsules, etc $ 82.99 

A. Kelly, films 53.60 

Stephens Sales Ltd., stencils, etc 41 .79 

University Press, printing, stationery 28.95 

Accounts under $10.00 (9) 44.80 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $3.90; labour, $4.30; material, 

77 cents 8.97 



$ 261.10 



Art Service 

(a) Salaries ($3,760.00): 

Miss M. T. Wishart, 12 months $ 2,600.00 

Miss M. Drummond, 12 months 660.00 

Miss E. Blackstock, 4^4 months 462 . 50 

Mrs. E. I. Ross, 7}^ days 37.50 

(b) Expenses: 

Supplies ($190.89): 

Ella Skinner, uniforms 21 .00 

University Press, printing, stationery 94.68 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 27.90 

Sundry disbursements by department: laundry, $18.35; 

stationery, $4.95; sundries, $16.70 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material 7.31 



General Expenses 

Sundry expenses of the Dean: 

Luncheons, teas, dinners, travelling expenses, in connection with 

\-isiting lecturers, etc $ 99 . 60 

Office Supplies, stationery and incidentals ($2,349.96): 

Association of American Medical Colleges, aptitude tests 179.02 

Globe Printing Co., subscriptions 18.00 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals, thermometers 11.69 

Lowe-Martin Co., cards 59.40 

Might Directories, guides, city directory 39.90 

R. H. Morris, daily papers 18.00 

Munson Supply Co. Ltd., typewriter keys 12.00 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., transfer cases 20.80 

Photographic Service, lantern service, slides 127.88 

Postage 226 . 80 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons 28.60 

John Smith, repairs 17.10 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter rental 16.05 

. Miss Dorothy Waugh, 9 weeks, 23^2 days, clerical assistant 265.54 

University Press, printing, stationery 1,181 .79 

Accounts under $10.00 (16) 71 . 74 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary 14.30 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 11 cents; labour, $29.49; material, 

$11.75 41.35 

Publications, etc. ($897.29): 

Mrs. F. P. Lloyd, addressing envelopes 4.00 

Postage 106.98 

Dr. Mary Salter, reprints 20 . 59 

University Press, printing, stationery 765.72 



$ 3,950. 



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REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Maintenance.and Equipment of Lecture Theatre, Lantern, etc. ($43.03) : 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., condensors, reflectors $ 14.40 

Eastman Photographic Stores, repairs 16. 40 

T. Eaton Co., table 11.50 

Superintendent's Dept., material .73 

Association of American Medical Colleges, membership fee 150.00 

$ 3,539.88 

Less credits: sale of material 12.00 



$ 3,527.88 



Post Graduate Courses 

Course in Special Technical Procedures: 
Honoraria to Instructors ($225.00): 

Dr. Marjorie Davis " $ 25.00 

T. G. H. Drake 10.00 

L. J. Epping 25 . 00 

Harold Kinsey 40.00 

Allan Longmore 50 . 00 

Dr. Evelyn MacFarlane 30.00 

D. B. MacLaren 5.00 

Herbert Wallace 40.00 



Course in Industrial Medicine: 

Honoraria to Instructors ($530.00): 

G. L. Bird 

F. M. Bulmer 

O. A. Cannon 

E. E. Cleaver 

Harold Couch 

W. H. Cruikshank 

J. G. Cunningham 

H. K. Detweiler 

R. G. Elson 

R. F. Farquharson 

R. I. Harris 

H. H. Hyland 

K. McKenzie 

J. A. Oille 

A. R. Riddell 

R. B. Robson 

A. W. Scott 

D. Y. Solandt 

W. W.Wright 

Demonstrators: 

J. H. Johnston 

H. E. Rothwell 

Attendants: 

C. Hart 

A. Hay 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
30.00 
50.00 
30.00 
20.00 
40.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
25.00 



10,00 
10.00 



7.50 
2.50 



$ 755.00 



Anatomical Building 

Heat and Light $ 3,754.20 

Gas, $16.03; water, $30.94 46,97 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 265.07 

Cleaning ($2,812.71): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 15.50 

M. J. Shepherd, overtime 23.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,773 . 71 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 105 



Repairs and Renewals ($1,222.52): 

Wni. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 22.75 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs 21 . 42 

Queen Citv Window Cleaning Co 35.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $935.93; material, $197.42 1,133.35 

Caretaker, M. J. Shepherd, 12 months 1,500.00 



$ 9,601.47 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $3,754.20 

Credits for cleaning 16.00 

3,770.20 



$ 5,831.27 



Banting Institute (including Lecture Room, Toronto General Hospital) 

Heat: 

Dept. of Public Works. Province of Ontario $ 6,000.00 

Gas, $263.82; electric current, $3,593.57; water, $772.07 4,629.46 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., materia! 582.49 

Cleaning ($6,555.10): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 26.80 

White Window Cleaning Co 65 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6,463 . 30 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,309.57): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades, repairs 38.45 

J. Bernhardt, painting 22.00 

Canadian Ice ^lachine Co., parts, service 18.67 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15.00 

T. Eaton Co., linoleum 16.97 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 12 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,540.40; material, $645.58. . . . 3,185.98 

Caretaker, H. L. Vickery, 12 months 1,600.00 



$22,676.62 
Less credits: cleaning, light, etc 95.80 



Hygiene Building 

Heat and Light $18,302.64 

Gas, $1,424.28; water, $4,690.86 6,115.14 

Caretaker's Supplies ($1,012.01): 

Brown Bros. Ltd., stationery, timebooks 3.00 

Superintendent's Dept., material 1,009.01 

Cleaning ($10,525.52): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundrv ' 38.50 

High Park Window Cleaners. . . ' 80.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 10,407.02 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,061.20): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 14.35 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 20.00 

Dustbane Products Ltd., brushes 4.70 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., repairs 76.77 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,372.98; material, $572.40. . . . 2,945.38 

Caretaker, James Irwin, 12 months 1,550.00 

$40,566.51 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant $ 18,302.64 

Credits for cleaning, share of gas, water, etc 7,121.89 

25,424.53 



$ 22,580.82 



$ 15,141.98 



106 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Medical Building 

Heat and Light S 6,402.96 

Fuel ($118.15): 

Hallidav Bros 98.17 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $12.11; material, $7.87 19.98 

Gas, $420.97; water, $684.12 1,105.09 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 174. 10 

Cleaning ($2,436.76): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 17.70 

F. Mottram, overtime services 64.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,355.06 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,197.09): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 17.41 

Mclntyre & Taylor, 3 grates 29 . 75 

Vulcan Asphalt & Supply Co., installing hot mastic floor 168.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 6.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,407.89; material, $568.04. . . . 2,975.93 

Caretaker, F.J. Mottram (including attendance at council meeting) . . 1,500.00 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 
Credits: cleaning, water, caretaker's supplies, etc.. 



$6,402. 

188. 


96 
12 


$14,934. 
6,591. 


15 
08 


$ 8,343 
$347,581 








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VIIL SCHOOL OF HYGIENE 

Salaries 

(1) Administration: 

R. D. Defries, Director; also Professor of Hygiene and Epidemio- 
logy and Head of Department of Epidemiology and Biome- 
trics (paid also as Director of Connaught Laboratories). ... $ 5,000.00 

D. T. Eraser, Associate Director, without salary (paid in Depart- 
ment of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine and in Connaught 
Laboratories) _• • • 

J. Craigie, Secretary (paid also as Associate Professor of Virus 

Studies and in Connaught Laboratories) 750.00 

K. M. Kerns, Office Assistant, part-time, at $625; on war service 
from September (paid also as Secretary, Department of 
Epidemiology and Biometrics) 231 . 26 

Miss B. M. Calvin, Acting Secretary, part-time, at $550 from 1 
September (paid also as Acting Secretary, Department of 
Epidemiology- and Biometrics) 458.33 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics: 

R. D. Defries, Professor of Hygiene and Epidemiology and Head 
of Department (paid as Director and in Connaught Labora- 
tories) 

Associate Professors: 

N. E. McKinnon, Hygiene and Epidemiology, at $1,000. (also 
in Connaught Laboratories); on war service; contribution 

to T.I. & A.A 50. 04 

Miss Mary A. Ross, Biometrics 3,000.00 

W. Mosley, Public Health Administration (paid also $3,641.67 in 

Department of Public Health Administration) 362.50 

Dr. Charlotte M. Horner, Demonstrator at $2,075 (including 

wartime bonus) ; resigned 31 October 691 . 66 

Dr. Marjorie L. Sutherland, Research Assistant, at $1,800. from 1 

January and $52.09 Expenses 952.09 

Mrs. Ella Kuitunen. Fellow in Medical Zoology 1,200.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 107 



Laboratory Assistants: 

W Moore, at $1,000; on war service; contribution to pension 

fund $ 27.50 

Miss S. R. McCausland (including S64.95 additional for extra 

services) 1,024.95 

Miss H. E. Thomson, at S720. from 25 January 315.00 

\V. Nichols, from 1 April to 21 May, at S27.50 per week 178.75 

Miss L. Beattie. at S700; resigned 25 July 47.05 

K. M. Kerns, Secretary, part-time; at $625; on war service from 

September (paid also as Office Assistant, Administration). . 208.33 

Miss B. M. Calvin. Acting Secretary, part-time, at $550 from 1 

September (paid also as Acting Secretary, Administration) 458.33 

(3) Physiological Hygiene: 

D Y. Solandt (paid also in Physiology and in Connaught Labora- 
tories) ... . '. 2,000.00 

D L. McLean, Associate Professor, at $2,900; on war service; con- 
tribution to T.I. & A.A 145.08 

Assistant Professors: 

H. M. Barrett, Industrial Hygiene, at $2,900; on war service 

R. E. Haist (paid also in Physiology and in School of Physical 

and Health Education) 400.00 

J. G. Cunningham, Lecturer in Industrial Hygiene (Sessional — 

paid also $10 for Extension Work; $10 in School of Nursing 

and $50 for Post Graduate Course in Medicine) 500.00 

Mrs. Ruth C. Partridge, Research Associate (paid also from 

Special Funds) 300.00 

Research Assistants, at $70 per month: 

Mrs. Ruth Townsend, from 18 September 663.33 

Mrs. Grace A. McCann, from 18 September to 28 February; 

resigned ^^^ • ^^ 

H. N. MacFarland 200.00 

Miss M. Rutland. Research Fellow, at $960 and wartime bonus, 

from 10 May 150.48 

Technical Assistants: 

K. Roseblade, at $1,500; on war service from October. ..... 527.50 

W. Staples, at $950; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 23.75 

J. Horwood, 1 month at $900; 11 mos. at $1,200 1,175.00 

R. N. Smith, at $1,200 from 24 July • 1,125.80 

Miss M. Mingay, Secretary (paid also $350. in Sub-Department of 

Nutrition) 750.00 

(4) Chemistry in Relation to Hygiene: 

P. J. Moloney, Associate Professor (paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 2,800.00 

Miss E. M. Tavlor, Lecturer (Sessional— paid also in Connaught 

Laboratories) 500.00 

G. Kimm, Technical Assistant 1,050.00 

(5) Public Health Administration: 

W. Mosley, Associate Professor, at $4,350; on war service from 
April (paid also $362.50 in Department of Epidemiology and 

Biometrics) ^'at\ol 

O. C. Powers, Lecturer, at $3,500 from 22 April ^l^ ^X 

Dr. A. Helen Thompson, Lecturer, at $3,000; resigned 31 May. . 2,750.00 

R. G. Struthers, Associate, at $3,000 from 1 May 500.00 

Associates: 

Miss E. Wheler (including wartime bonus) 2,356.00 

J. T. Phair ^2^ 22 

A. L. McNabb 150.00 

A. E. Berry, Lecturer, Public Health Engineering (Sessional- 
paid also $1,000 in Applied Science) 500.00 

Visiting Lecturers: 

D.V.Currey 300.00 

Dr. Mary I . Jackson lUU . UU 



108 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Clinical Assistants: 

R. H. Malyon $ 250 . 00 

H.R.Elliott 250.00 

Miss H. G. Morrow, Public Health Nurse Interne, 1 month and 

wartime bonus 109. 17 

Mrs. Jean E. Campbell, Laboratory Assistant, at $660; resigned 

20 February 424 . 30 

6) Sub-Department of Nutrition: 

E. W. McHenry, Associate Professor of Physiological Hygiene 

(paid also in Connaught Laboratories) .' 1,300.00 

Miss H. J. Leeson, Clinical Assistant 2,500.00 

Mrs. Helen M. Ferguson, Research Assistant, (including wartime 

bonus) 1,415.00 

Technical Assistants: 

Miss L. Barber (including wartime bonus) 1,089.00 

Miss E. James 720.00 

Mrs. Kathleen Wiman, at $700 from 15 March 204. 17 

Miss ^L Mingay, Secretary (part-time; paid also $750 in Depart- 
ment of Physiological Hygiene) 350.00 

(7) Sub-Department of Mrus Studies: 

J. Craigie, Associate Professor of Epidemiology (paid also as 

Secretary and in Connaught Laboratories) 500.00 

D. M. Young, Research Assistant (including wartime bonus)... 1,415.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. C. Parker 250.00 

R. Hare, without salary (paid in Department of Hygiene and 

Preventi\e Medicine) 

Mrs. Joan M. Scott, Senior Technical Assistant (including war- 
time bonus) 924 . 00 

Miss M. Hand, Junior Technical Assistant, 6 mos. at $600; 6 mos. 

at $660. (including wartime bonus) 693 . 00 

A. J. Bishop, Technician (paid also in Department of Hygiene and 

Preventive Medicine) 200 . 00 



$51,512.20 
Less charged to Special Grants 18,920.43 



$ 32,591.77 



Maintenance of Department 

(1) Administration: 

Supplies, telephone service, etc. ($1,150.13): 

Association of Schools of Public Health, membership dues. . . $ 28.03 

Canadian Engineering Publication, advertising 44.00 

Canadian Public Health Association, advertising 25.00 

Canadian National Telegraphs 10.98 

El-ser-co Ltd., motor 10.95 

Mimeograph Co., paper, ink 58.01 

Photographic Service, prints, etc 13.00 

Postage. - 91 .84 

Sundry disbarsements by department 10.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 179.63 

Accounts under $10.00 (10) 51 . 92 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $344.20; labour, $252.00; 

material, $30.57 626.77 

(2) Epidemiology and Biometrics: 

Supplies and Equipment ($988.90): 

Joseph McDowell & Co., calculator 855.00 

Mimeograph Co., paper, ink 36. 14 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 80.99 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 6 . 77 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 109 



(3) Physiological Hygiene: 
Apparatus and Supplies ($2,977.65): 

American Bolex Co., counter $ 21 . 25 

Aremac Camera Co., camera 389 . 95 

Canadian General Electric Co., tubes, etc 22.28 

Canadian National Carbon Co., electrodes 34.13 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 11 . 16 

Central Scientific Co. of Canada, tubing, condenser, brushes, 

etc 126.20 

Corning Glass Works, glassware 96.21 

Eastman Photographic Stores, prints 44.62 

Edmund Salvage Co., lens set 11.28 

Fisher Scientific Co., capillary for electrode 62.28 

Adam Hilger, powder 30.99 

Johnson Ofiice Furniture Co., desk-chair 32 . 00 

George Levine & Sons, camera 521 . 61 

W. R. McKee, repairs 18.95 

Phaostron Co., meter 15.80 

Phipps & Bird Inc., ink, manimeters 382 . 87 

Postage 15.00 

Ryerson Film Service, projector, etc 95. 10 

Scientific Glass Apparatus Co., glassware 26. 16 

Dr. D. V. Solandt, travelling expenses 131.27 

Utility Supply Co., nonex-viewer 49.67 

Willoughbys, photostat, projector 188.00 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 182.75 

Accounts'under $10.00 (8) 40.61 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery and drugs, 

$12.93; postage and telegrams, $9.60; sundries, carfare, 

etc., $6.79; hardware and photo supplies, $35.68 65.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $302.64; telephone, 63 cents; 

labour, $36.48; material, $22.76 362.51 

(4) Chemistry in Relation to Hygiene: 

Supplies and Equipment ($303.25): 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware, etc... 274.61 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, etc 15.73 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 12.91 

(5) Public Health Administration: 

University Press, stationery 78 . 84 

(6) Nutrition: 

Supplies and Equipment ($411.80): 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, drugs 11 .25 

British Drug Houses, drugs 21.75 

Central Scientific Co., stoppers 29.76 

Eastman Co., chemicals 16.31 

John Wyeth & Bros., drugs 265.33 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery ^ 21 .50 

Accounts'under $10.00 (3) 19.36 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: hardware, $6.31; 

stationery, slides, $9.25; sundries, $3.67 • 19.23 

Superintendent's Dept., material 7.31 

(7) Virus Studies (nothing spent) 



$ 5,910.57 
Less credits: sale of material 6 . 40 



$ 5,904.17 
$ 38.495.94 



no REPORT OF THE No. 12 

IX. FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIEN'CE 

Salaries 

Dean's Office 

C. R. Young, Dean (also Professor in Department of Civil Engineering: 
Municipal and Structural without salary): 

Salary $6,000.00 

Expenses 1,800.00 

\V. S. Wilson, Assistant Dean (paid as Secretary- to Faculty) 



7,800.00 



$ 7,800.00 



Applied Physics 

K. B. Jackson, Associate Professor, at $3,800 (part-time for 3 months) $ 3,500.00 
V. L. Henderson, Assistant Professor, (paid also $150 in Civil En- 
gineering: Municipal and Structural) 2,150.00 

L. E. Jones. Lecturer (Sessional) • 2,150 . 00 

E. L. Dodington, Instructor (Sessional — paid also $875 in Special 

Research) 1,750.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional; part-time): 

F. S. Harwood 600.00 

H. C. Jones 600.00 

M. Adelman, Demonstrator (Easter Term; paid also $1,057.14 in 

Chemical Engineering) 300.00 

Miss R. Cave, Office Assistant and Librarian (part-time; paid also 
$625 in Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy and $100 in 
Photographic Service) • ■ 575 . 00 

H. V. Steer, Mechanician (Sessional; part-time; paid also $525 in 
Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy and $675 in Special 
Research) : 600.00 

School of Architecture 

Professors: 

H. H. Madill, also Head of Department, at $4,700 (part-time) . . $ 2,200.00 

E. R. Arthur, Architectural Design 4,500.00 

Assistant Professors: 

H. J. Burden at $3,200; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 160.08 

W. E. Carswell, Architectural Drawing 2,700.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

N. D. Wilson, Town Planning and Landscape Architecture. .... 450.00 
W. S. Wilson, Architectural Economics (paid also $3,600 as Assis- 
tant Dean and Secretary to Faculty) 250.00 

A. S. Mathers 200.00 

H. B. Dunington-Grubb, Landscape Architecture 100.00 

A. P. C. Adamson, Lecturer in Architecture (Sessional) 1,550.00 

J. Layng, Special Instructor in Architectural Design (Sessional) 900.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

P. Brieger, Fine Art (paid also in Arts) 300.00 

F. Coates, Modelling 950.00 

Miss T. C. Laing, Librarian and Instructor, Architectural History and 

French... 1,900.00 

T. H. Laccohee, Attendant in Drafting Room (Sessional) 800.00 

Miss E. W. Dyer, Office Assistant (10 months; paid also $350 in En- 
gineering Drawing) 550 . 00 

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Professors : 

J. Watson Bain, Chemical Engineering ; $ 5,700.00 

M. C. Boswell, Organic Chemistry 4,900.00 

E. G. R. Ardagh, Applied Chemistr>', at $4,500; retired 31 Dec. 2,250.00 
E. A. Smith, Industrial Chemistry (6 months at $3,500; 6 months 

at $4.000.) 3,750.00 

R. R. McLaughlin (6 months at $3,500; 6 months at $4,000). . . . 3,750.00 



$ 12,225.00 



$ 17,510.08 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 111 



J. G. Breckenridger Lecturer at $1,900 to 31 December; Assistant 
Professor at $2,500 from 1 January (paid also $525 in Special 
Research) $ 2,225.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

T. Linsey Crossley 150.00 

A. V. De Laporte 150.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

W. C. Macdonald at $1,900; on war service; contribution to T.L & 

A.A 95.04 

A. M. FitzGerald 1,800.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

L. J. Rubin 1,414.25 

E. T. Williams (paid also $825 in Special Research and $100 for 

Extension Work) 1,371 .41 

W. G. MacElhinney, Demonstrator at $1,100 to 31 December; 

Instructor at $1,400 from 1 January) 1,271.42 

M. Adelman (paid also $300 in Applied Physics) 1,057. 14 

A. S. Hunt, Lecture Assistant and Glass-blower 1,800.00 

Lecture Assistants: 

R. Mowat, at $950; on war service from March 766.67 

P. Dawson, Substitute, 27 April to 30 June 138.67 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Mrs. Hilda Hampson 1,000.00 

G. L. Milligan. . 1.000.00 

L. H. Dakin 925.00 

W. F. Graydon 925.00 

C. M. Humber o= nn 

C. Romanovsky 925.00 

A.Tosoni 900.00 

F. Kubath 2o= 2= 

H. I. Hadler §oMn 

C. E. Drover (4,^ months) 787 . 50 

Dr. Marianne Ganz (3 months 6 days) 566 40 

R. M. Mathieson at $925; resigned 30 November 324.28 

H. Hipkin at $1,000; resigned 15 November ^19 "co 

F. A. De Marco, 28 September to 10 October 35.58 

W. T. Storton, Laboratory Assistant 1,400.00 

Laboratory Attendants: 

John Martin E^^^R 

David J. Mitchell, 2 weeks at $15, 39 H weeks at $18 ^"^^ -^ 

Donald Armstrong, 26 2/3 weeks at $18 ^^^-^ 

John D. Welsh, 29 1/3 weeks at $15 440.00 

Hawdon Brumell, IJ^ weeks at $10, 4 weeks at $12, 24 weeks at ^ „ ^_ 

©2^4. 399.00 

William'Sturgeon, 3 weeks at $18 •. ■ 54.00 

Miss D. Birkett, Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also $200 m 

Secretary's Office) 1,050.00 



Civil Engineering: Municipal and Structural 

Professors : 

C. R. Young (paid as Dean of Faculty) 

T. R. Loudon, Applied Mechanics, at $5,000; on war service; con- 
tribution to Pension Fund 200 00 

Assistant Professors: 

C. F. Morrison (paid also $35 in Forestry) ^'^2^^ 

W. L. Sagar at $2,700; on war service; contribution to T.I. & A.A. 135.00 

Robt. F. Legget ?'S'S 

M. W. Huggms 2,600.00 

M. J. C. Lazier, part-time at $1,500; on leave of absence from 1 

September 250 . 00 



$ 48,289.36 



112 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

A. E. Berry, Municipal Engineering (paid also in School of Hygiene) $ 1,000.00 
\'. L. Henderson, Applied Mechanics (paid also in Applied Physics) 150.00 

R. C. McMordie 400 . 00 

W. H. M. Laughlin 300.00 

E. Wyatt, Applied Mechanics 200 . 00 

Wing Commander T. R. Loudon 64.50 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

C. E. Helwig 2,200.00 

B. Etkin. 1,800.00 

J. E. Reid (paid also as Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineer- 
ing) . 300.00 

L W. Smith, Applied Mechanics (paid also in Mechanical En- 
gineering) 200.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional) : 

S. H. de Jong 1,300.00 

R. Hewitt, part-time at $350; resigned 31 December 175.00 

J. W. Powesland (part-time) 250.00 

J. Walter (part-time; Easter Term) 100.00 

W. Kubbinga, Mechanician 1,900.00 

J. Brown, Laboratory' Assistant, 10 months 1,100.00 

Office Assistant and Librarian, at $550 (paid also at $525 in Electrical 
Engineering): 

Miss H. L. Redmond, resigned 31 August 91 . 66 

Mrs. Marion Salt, from 1 September 458.33 



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$ 21,024.49 



Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy 

W. M. Treadgold, Professor and Head of Department (paid also $300. 

from Special Funds) $ 5,200.00 

Associate Professors: 

S. R. Crerar 4,500.00 

E. W. Banting (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 4,300.00 

J. W. Melson (paid also $300 from Special Funds) .•■•■;■■ 4,050.00 

T. L. Rowe, Instructor (Sessional — paid also $100 in Engineering 

Drawing and $450 in Special Research) 1,850.00 

J. E. Jackson. Demonstrator (Sessional; part-time) 350.00 

H. \'. Steer, Mechanician (Sessional; part-time; paid also in Applied 

Physics and in Special Research) 525.00 

i\liss R. Cave. Office Assistant and Librarian (paid also in Applied 

Physics and in Photographic Service) 625 . 00 



$ 21,400.00 



Electrical Engineering 

Professors : 

H. W. Price, also Head of Department $ 5,500.00 

A. R. Zimmer 4,300.00 

Associate Professors: 

V. G. Smith 3,600.00 

B.deF. Baylyat $3,400 on war service; contribution to T.L & A.A. 170.04 

Assistant Professors: 

D. X. Cass-Beggs 2,800.00 

R. J. Brown 2,600.00 

J. E. Reid (paid also $300 in Civil Engineering: Municipal and 

Structural) 2,400.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. G. Anthes 2,500.00 

L. S. Lauchland at $1,800 on war service; contribution to T.L & 

A.A 90.00 

F. Xoakes 2,300.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 113 



Demonstrators (Sessional): 

H. A. Courtice $ 1,300.00 

C. H. Salvadge 1,200.00 

R. C. Henderson 1,100.00 

W. L. Phoenix 1,100.00 

P. A. Rickard 1,100.00 

W. A. Robinson 1,100.00 

Richard Scott 1,100.00 

E. A. Ricker, (part-time) 200 . 00 

J. W. Lawson, Mechanician 2,000.00 

W. R. McKee, Electrician 2,100.00 

W. L. Bakewell, Assistant Electrician 1,500.00 

Office Assistant and Librarian, at $525: 

(paid also at S550 in Civil Engineering: Municipal and Structural): 

Miss H. L. Redmond, resigned 31 August 87 . 50 

Mrs. Marion Salt, from 1 September 437.50 

$ 40,585.04 

Engineering Drawing 

Professors : 

J. R. Cockburn, Descriptive Geometry (paid also $100 from 

Special Funds) $ 5,000.00 

W. J. T. Wright, (paid also S300 as Special Lecturer, Technical 

English and $1.50 from University Press) 4,400.00 

Assistant Professors: 

A. Wardeil (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 3,000.00 

W. B. Dunbar (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,900.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

P. V. Jermyn (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,500.00 

J. J. Spence (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 2,200.00 

Instructors (Sessional): 

G. R. Edwards (paid also $300 from Special Funds) 1,700.00 

D. P. Scott . 1,500.00 

T. L. Rowe (part-time, — paid also in Civil Engineering: Surveving 

and Geodesy) 100.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

H. E. Occomore 1,300.00 

W. S. Glvnn (5 months; paid also $200 from Special Funds) 900.00 

F. E. Deloume (part-time; paid also $500 in Applied Mathematics) 800.00 

J. Gurland (part-time) 500.00 

H. J. Franklin (part-time) 425.00 

W. E. Lehman (part-time) 350.00 

J. W. Speight (part-time) 350.00 

H. R. Summer (part-time) 350.00 

B. Xoonan (part-time) 300.00 

V. ^L Wallingford (part-time) 200.00 

J. H. Waghorne, part-time at $350; resigned 30 November 75.00 

R. Barbour (part-time; Easter Term) 175.00 

L. D. L. Clement (part-time; Easter Term) 175.00 

G. E. McLure (part-time; Easter Term) 175.00 

Readers (Temporary): 

J. D. Grant 200.00 

C. L. Lambertson 125.00 

G. Brown. Attendant in Drafting Rooms (9 months, paid also $122.22 in 

Secretary's Office) 1,100.00 

Miss E. \V. Dyer. Office Assistant (paid also in School of Architecture) 350.00 

$ 31,150.00 

Mechanical Engineering 

Professors: 

R. W. Angus (paid also $10 for Extension Work) $ 6.000.00 

E. A. AUcut (including honorarium of $500 paid from Wallberg 

Bequest) 5,300.00 

W. G. Mcintosh, Associate Professor 3,500.00 



114 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Assistant Professors: 

G. R. Lord $ 3,200.00 

R. C. Wiren 2,700.00 

D. D. Panabaker (paid also $115 for Extension Work) 2,700.00 

I. W. Smith, Lecturer (Sessional — paid also $200 in Civil Engineering: 

Municipal and Structural) 1,800.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

D. G. Huber 1,300.00 

W. Bruce 1,200.00 

A. B. Extance 1,200.00 

G. H. D. Martin (paid also $370 in Special Research) 1,200.00 

D. C. Smith 1,200.00 

A. J. Robertson, 5M months at $190 per month 1,045.00 

Part-time: 

A. D. Hogg 437.50 

J. B. Bryce 350.00 

W. D. Drummond 350.00 

D. W. Knowles 350.00 

C. E. Beynon (1 month) 60.00 

F. Hickey, Engineer and Machinist 2,100.00 

John Price, Laboratory Attendant 1,200.00 

W. Wilson, Fireman, 2,048 hours at 55 cents 1,126.40 

Miss M. Burt, Office Assistant and Librarian 1,150.00 



i 



$39,468.90 
Less paid from Wallberg Bequest 500 . 00 



Metallurgical Engineering 

Professors: 

G. A. Guess $ 5,700.00 

J. A. Newcombe (paid also $380 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

R. J. Montgomery, Associate Professor 3,700.00 

J. E. Toomer, Assistant Professor 3,450.00 

A. Frumkin, Lecturer (Sessional — paid also $45 for Extension Work) 1,800.00 

H. Ross, Laboratory Assistant and Demonstrator (10 months) 1,000.00 

Charles Baker, Laboratory Attendant, 21 weeks, 2 days at $13 per 

week 277 . 32 

Miss M. P. Carter, Office Assistant and Stenographer (part-time; paid 

also $600 in Secretary's office) 300 . 00 



$ 38,968.90 



$ 20,227.32 



Mining Engineering 

Professors: 

C. G. Williams, also Head of Department $ 6,000.00 

J. T. King 4,500.00 

S. E. Wolfe, Assistant Professor, (paid also $50 for Summer Field 

Work, Geology) 3,000.00 

S. G. Farrar, Instructor (Sessional) 1,600.00 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

L. Pancer 1,300.00 

T. R. Morton (paid also $150 as Special Laboratory Assistant) . . 1,200.00 

E. Tozer, Laboratory Assistant and Mechanician 1,500.00 

C. Waybrant, Laboratory Assistant, Assaying 1,300.00 

H. J. Reilly, Assistant Mechanician (32 weeks) 960.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

T. R. Morton (Special — paid also as Demonstrator) 150.00 

D. Santimo (37 weeks) 740 . 00 

Office Assistant and Librarian: 

Mrs. Thelma L Stark 1,100.00 

Miss J. Bradshaw, 8 days 24. 75 



$ 23,374.75 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



115 



Special Lectures 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

R. E. Laidlaw, Engineering Law 

\V. J. T. Wright, Technical English (paid also $4,400 in Engineer- 
ing Drawing) 

Rev. G. A. McMullen, Public Speaking (paid also $100 in Den- 
tistry, and $100 for Extension Work) 



500.00 
300.00 
350.00 



$ 1,150.00 



Secretary's Office 

W. S. Wilson, Secretary (paid also $250 in School of Architecture) . . $ 3,600.00 

Miss E. Birkett, Assistant Secretary 1,800.00 

Miss E. Singleton, Assistant 1,050.00 

Stenographers: 

Miss G. E. Simpson 1,000.00 

Miss M. P. Carter (part-time; paid also $300 in Metallurgical 

Engineering) 600 . 00 

Miss D. Birkett (part-time; paid also $1,050 in Chemical En- 
gineering) 200.00 

Office Attendants: 

A. Dykeman, at $800; on war service; contribution to Pension 

Fund 28.00 

D. Burnell, 14 weeks, 4 days at $13 per week 203.71 

S. McQuillan, 12 weeks, at $14.. 168.00 

G. Brown (1 month — paid also in Engineering Drawing) 122.22 

B. Evans, 1 week, 1 day, at $10 per week 11 .67 



Applied Physics 

Supplies $518.71): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 24. 41 

Art Metropole, steel tape 1 1 . 60 

W. E. Booth & Co.. film. 13.48 

Canadian General Electric Co.. data book 17.87 

Walter A. Carveth Co., instrument repairs 50.00 

T. Eaton Co., trimmers 17. 10 

D. Gestetner, ink. : 22.60 

Photographic Service, prints, etc 58. 46 

Robert Simpson Co. , easel 15 . 93 

H. G. Tugwell & Co., mounting tissue, etc 10.65 

University Press, printing and stationery 17.49 

Accounts under $10.00 (17) 77.76 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $6.05; freight, $15.33; labour, 

$72.69: material, $77.29 171 .36 

Apparatus ($999.33): 

Arnold Banfield, board 16.60 

Canadian Asiatic Ltd., microphone 22.57 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., grinder, etc . 17.83 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamps, etc 63. 18 

Canadian Tire Corporation, automotive equipment 92.25 

Walter Carveth & Co., microscope, etc 200.00 

Robert English, amplifier 35 . 00 

E. Hoffman, vise 40.00 

Paquin Camera Works, cameras 30 . 00 

Thomas Pocklington, levels 12.90 

Renold Coventry Ltd., chains, etc 20.81 

H. L. Sanford, microscope, etc 100.00 

Wholesale Radio Co., condensers, switches, etc 14.55 

Accounts under $10.00 (10) 49 . 83 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $201.08; material, $82.73 283.81 

$ 1,518.04 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 95.80 



$ 8,783.60 
$292,488.54 



$ 1,422.24 



116 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

School of Architecture 

Supplies (S469.85): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware S 14. 96 

Art Metropole, paint 11.80 

Beaux Arts Institute of Design, programme service 55.78 

R. G. Dalton Co., blueprints 10 . 15 

Photographic Ser\'ice, blueprints, slides, etc 71 .78 

Postage 21 .00 

Reeves Sons (Canada), drawing boards 28. 80 

C. L. Todd, subscriptions 13.15 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, repairs 20. 47 

Urban Land Institute, membership dues 11.28 

University Press, printing and stationery 65.83 

Accounts under SIO.OO (13) 46.26 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $16.98; labour, $21.78; material, 

$59.83 98.59 

Apparatus, including books: 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, drafting supplies. . . 34.00 

Models for Life Class: 

H. H. Madill, reimbursement for payments made 22.00 

StafT Expenses — outdoor sketching class: 

H. H. Madill, expenses for three members of staff 112.22 



$ 638.07 



Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 

Supplies ($9,334.21): 

British Drug Houses, chemicals $ 143.02 

Canadian Industries Ltd., chemicals 18.87 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware, burners, etc. 3,971.69 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., gas, cylinder rental 101 . 36 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, filter paper, etc 1,142.84 

Dominion Oxygen Co., gas 19 . 80 

T. Eaton Co., stools, etc 34.42 

Fisher Scientific Co., glassware, etc 132.75 

W. J. Gage & Co., note books, etc 44.55 

Gilman Paint & X'arnish Co., paint 10.15 

Halliday Flint Glass Works, test tubes 42 . 50 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., glycerine, cotton, etc 25.67 

J. Kennedy, chemical- analysis 19.42 

Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel Co., ice 58.77 

Arthur S. Leitch, pump 23.76 

Liquid Carbonic Canadian Corp., gas 17.85 

MacCallum Scale Service, scale repairs 153.00 

W. R. McKee, instrument repairs 15.60 

Merck & Co., chemicals' 388.57 

National Drug & Chemical Co., acid 33 . 75 

Photographic Service, slides, etc 36.45 

Postage 22 . 00 

Robbins «S: Townsend, typewriter maintenance 16.60 

Te.xtile Products Co., towels 115.77 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, paper 23.00 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 334.93 

Accounts'under $10.00 (8) 29.39 

Sundrv disbursements bv department: stationery, $16.05; carfare, 

$2.43; sundries and'supplies, $21.52 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $8.26; labour; $921.27; material, 

$1,388.20 2,317.73 

Apparatus ($1,236.51): 

Allen Electric Co., motor 30.00 

Bay Salvage Co. , chair 37 . 50 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, mixer, etc 354.72 

Central Scientific Co., weights, voltmeters, etc 486.92 

Ontario Typewriter Co., adding machine 30.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $234.13; material, $63.24 297.37 

$10,570.72 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 2,674.99 



$ 7,895.73 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 117 



Civil Engineering — Municipal and Structural 

Supplies (§627.34): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 39. 69 

Bains & David, steel 109 . 95 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware 20.52 

Federal Belting & Asbestos, belting 23 . 76 

D. Gestetner (Canada), ink, paper, etc 14.63 

Grand & Toy, sheet holders 10 . 00 

McBain Foundr\', bars 42.77 

Ottawa Silica Co., sand. 21 .92 

Photographic Service, prints 18. 23 

Postage .• 53 . 00 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides 10 . 80 

University Press, printing and stationery 124.05 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (3).. 10.35 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $16.13; telephone, $1.37; labour, 

$25.44; material, $84.73 127.67 

Apparatus ($188.08): 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse, scale : 35.79 

Frederick & Courtwright, blades 10 . 81 

Oflfice Specialty Manufacturing Co., filing cabinet 53.00 

W. S. Tyler Co. (Canada), sieve. 34.78 

Williams & Wilson, indentor machine 28.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 25 . 20 

Less credits: laboratory.' deposits 

sale of material 



$ 

5 1.35 
131.40 


815.42 
132.75 





Civil Engineering — Surveying and Geodesy 

Supplies ($790.94): 

Art Metropole, steel, tapes, etc $ 447.20 

Canadian Decalcomania Co., transfers 29.70 

D. Gestetner (Canada), ink, stencils 22.35 

Photographic Service, blueprints, etc 1 1 . 02 

Thomas Pocklington Co., instrument repairs 71 .00 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, drawing paper, etc.. . 74.99 

University Press, printing and stationery 41 . 94 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2).._ ' 3.59 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $1.65; labour, $53.54; material, 

$33.96 89.15 

Summer Survey Camp: 

Repairs, renewals, travelling expenses, supplies and general main- 
tenance $3,278.63): 

Britnell Bakery, bread 38.67 

Canada Packers Ltd., meat 385.24 

Continental Salvage Co., scythes, brushes, etc 49.79 

H. Easton, meat 69.75 

T. Eaton Co., utensils 82.05 

Fenlon Produce, fruit and vegetables 48.75 

Minden Lumber & Building Supplies, lumber 16. 18 

A. W. Minto, survey stakes 56 . 00 

Mrs. J. E. Minto, milk. 65.04 

National Grocers, provisions 592.00 

Ontario Hydro Electric Power Commission, electric current. ... 94.29 

Mrs. C. Trumbull, milk 151 .20 

S. W. Welch, hardware 238. 76 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 8.70 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $9.80; labour, $35.62; material, 

$42.68 88. 10 - 

Staff E.xpenses: 

W. M. Treadgold, living expenses, $60.00; travelling expenses, 

$20.00; supplies, $6.66 86.66 

E. W. Banting, living expenses, $60.00; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 80.00 



682.67 



118 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



J. W. Melson, living expenses, $60.00; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 $ 80.00 

S. R. Crerar, living expenses, $23.75; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 43.75 

T. L. Rowe, living expenses, S50.00; travelling expenses, 

$20.00 70.00 

J. E. Minto, caretaker: $240.00; labour, $328.70 568.70 

Mrs. J. E. Minto, cook 365.00 

$ 4,069.57 

Less credits: board received from students $2,143.25 

laboratory deposits '. . . 606.00 

2,749.25 



Electrical Engineering 

Light 

Supplies ($1,137.95:) 

Baker Platinum of Canada, screws *. 

Canada Wire & Cable Co., wire. . 

Canadian General Electric Co., switches 

Canadian Industries Ltd., thinner 

Canadian Tire Corporation, batteries 

Diamond State Fibre Co., tubing 

T. Eaton Co., brushes, labels 

General Dry Batteries of Canada, batteries 

William Hines, frames 

Murdock Duplicator & Stationery, ink, stencils 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., letter folders 

Photographic Service, blueprints, etc 

Postage 

Renold Coventry Ltd., couplings 

Swedish General Electric Co., repairs. 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, pivots 

Wholesale Radio Co., switches, tubes, condenser 

University of Toronto Library, books 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (12) 

Sundr>' disbursements by department: stationery, $12.45; hard- 
ware, $9.61; telephone, 63 cents; sundries, $2.31 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $53.98; labour, $91.81; material 
$93.34 

Apparatus: 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, micro amps 

Furniture, printing and incidentals ($179.14): 

Bay Salvage Co.. chairs, bookcases 

Johnson Office Furniture Co., desks 

University Press, printing and stationery 



Less credits: light charged to Central Power Plant, 
laboratory deposits 



Engineering Drawing 

Supplies ($305.77): 

D. Gestetner (Canada), ink 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, ink, paper 

University Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 33 cents; labour, $119.23; material 
$50.43 

Apparatus ($1,461.04): 

D. Gestetner (Canada) duplicating machine 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, drawing boards 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $110.74; material, $69.30 



$ 1,320.32 



$ 187.11 

11.48 
24.14 
40.63 
29.33 
69.65 
33.06 
23.40 
69.28 
13.50 
69.15 
15.25 
19.45 
21.00 
98.12 
12.50 
50.47 
76.13 
46.00 
101.19 
50.09 

25.00 

239.13 

328.64 





72.00 




77.50 




29.64 






$ 

$187.11 
114.20 


1,832.84 
301.31 


$ 


18.60 




12.80 




78.52 




25.86 



169.99 



325 . 00 
956 . 00 
180.04 



$ 1,531.53 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



119 



Printing Instruction Sheets ($155.34): 

D. Gestetner (Canada), ink. stencils, etc $ 69.80 

University Press, printing 85 . 54 

$ 1,922.15 

Less credits: laboratory deposits S 21 .35 

Charged to E. A. Wallb'erg Memorial Fund 1,000.00 

1,021.35 



S 900.80 



Mechanical Engineering 

Supplies ($778.82): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware $ 59.82 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, flasks 70.07 

Garlock Packing Co., packing 42.41 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 98.58 

Arthur S. Leitch Co., leads, hooks 15.00 

Monarch Belting Co., belting, repairs 31 . 02 

McColl Frontenac Oil Co., oil 62 . 19 

Postage 19 , 06 

Scythes & Co., waste 18. 88 

Taylor Instrument Co., thermos 23.88 

University Press, printing and stationery 20. 78 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (7) 32 . 12 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 82.45; labour, S37.28; material, 

S235.28 275.01 

Apparatus — Thermodynamics (S463.79) : 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, tubing, glassware, etc 129.22 

Taylor Instrument Co., thermometers 65.28 

Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, cables, etc 58.71 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 87.84; labour, 8177.60; material, 

825.14 210.58 

Apparatus — Hydraulics ($146.49) : 

Atlas Polar Co., gaskets 18. 12 

J. Frank Raw Co., planimeter 70.00 

Stanco Distributor Inc., testing fuel 14.61 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, 83.55; material, $40.21 43.76 

Proportion of Fuel (Experimental Plant): 

P. Burns & Co 1,300.00 

Furniture, printing and incidentals ($256.29): 

Photographic Sers-ice, blueprints 35 . 48 

University Press, stationery, etc 209 . 81 

Accounts under SIO.OO (2) 11.00 

$ 2,945.39 

Less credits: laboratory deposits 8 10.05 

sale of material 127 . 73 

137.78 



8 2,807.61 



Metallurgical Engineering (including Ceramics) 

Supplies (8816.91): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware 8 28.94 

Atlas Steeles Ltd.. nickel, etc 12 . 99 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.. instrument repairs 20.55 

Brunswick Balke-Collender Co., cloth 1 1 . 25 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 245.79 

Dominion Oxygen Co., gas 13 . 52 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals, plates, etc 104.27 

T. Eaton Co., stools 14.58 

Fischer Scientific Co., emery paper 43.43 

W. H. Kubbinga, saw repairs, etc 11.87 

University Press, printing and stationery 26.03 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (17) 58.51 

Sundry disbursements by department 9 . 45 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.19; labour, $89.21; material, 

$124.33 215.73 



120 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Apparatus ($868.93): 

Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., hardware $ 148.36 

Business Furniture Co., desk 25.00 

Canada Metal Co., copper 14 . 58 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 27.69 

Canadian Liquid Air, nitrogen 12.51 

Walter A. Carveth Co., polishers 310.00 

Consumer Gas Co. , gas 54 . 00 

Grand & Toy, chairs 69. 69 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 8.95 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $147.69; material, $50.46 198.15 



$ 1,685.84 
Less credit : sale of material 200 . 00 



Mining Engineering 

Supplies ($2,109.96): 

Canadian Industries Ltd., fuse lighters, etc $ 10.08 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, glassware, etc 67.08 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 73.60 

Codex Book Co., chart paper 14.79 

Denver Fire Clay Co., chemicals, crucible tongs, etc 653.60 

Eastman Photographic Stores, films, slides, etc 16.83 

T. Eaton Co., oilcloth, dishes, etc 21 . 67 

Fletcher, Russell & Co., mufflers 130.93 

Imperial Oil Co., oil 28. 19 

Johnson Matthey & Co., copper sheeting 50.87 

Morgan Crucible Co., scorifiers 72 . 64 

Postage 30.00 

Railway & Power Engineering Corporation, cement 21 .60 

Roneo Co. of Canada, ink 34.80 

Sturtevant Mill Co., discs. 31.80 

Thompson Balance Co., weights 20.26 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter maintenance 27.78 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, drawing paper 10.00 

University Press, stencils, ink, etc 261 . 18 

Accounts under $10.00 (13) 45 . 60 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $12.19; hard- 
ware, $2.21; sundries, 23 cents; telephones, $1.96 16.59 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $233.11; labour, $40.22; material, 

$196.74 470.07 

Apparatus ($437.70): 

Fidea Watch Co., instrument repairs 7.50 

Reynolds Gas Regulator Co., valve plate 23. 72 

Ryerson Film Service, projector 361 . 25 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $24.49; material, $20.74 45.23 

$ 2,547.66 

Less credits: laboratory deposits $115.00 

sale of material 13 . 75 

128.75 



General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, calendar, office supplies and incidentals ($2,647.29): 

Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, brass plate $ 25.00 

Canadian National Telegraphs 17.43 

Photographic Service, prints, photostats ; 177. 16 

Postage 259.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 17.40 

Society for Promotion of Engineering Education, reprints 16.83 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,965.43 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 16.55 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: telephone, $14.17; sun- 
dries, $4.79 18.96 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $12.65; labour, $99.18; material, 

$21.70 133.53 



1,485.84 



$ 2,418.91 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



121 



Clerical Assistance ($141.50): 

Mrs. E. Cox, 2y2 weeks $ 62 . 50 

Miss M. E. Wilson, 2^ weeks 56.00 

Mrs. I. Zimmer, 4 2/3 days 23.00 

Furniture, fixtures, etc.: 

T. Eaton Co., chairs 93 . 15 

$ 2,881.94 

Less credits; laboratory deposits 108.95 



$ 2,772.99 



Photographic Service 
Salaries: 

Prof. G. R. Anderson, Manager (without remuneration) 

Photographers: 

C. Crowther $ 1,450.00 

Mrs. M. Milne 1,200.00 

F. Stark 1,150.00 

Secretary, Mrs. R. E. Morley 1,250.00 

Ofifice Assistant and Librarian, Miss R. Cave, (paid also in Applied 

Physics, and Civil Engineering: Surveying and Geodesy). . . . 100.00 

Photographic Assistants: 

Mrs. M. Todd 850.00 

G. Carter 800.00 

Expenses: 

Supplies ($1,271.38): 

W. E. Booth Co., film, chemicals $ 22.88 

C. Crowther, overtime service 16.00 

Eastman Photo Stores, photo supplies 659. 70 

Gevaert Co. of America, chemicals 1 1 . 50 

Instruments Ltd., blueprints 62. 61 

Rectigraph Co., record paper 405 . 60 

University Press, printing and stationery 36.49 

Accounts under $10.00 (10) 26.82 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $9.83; material, $19.95 29.78 

Apparatus: 

Instruments Ltd., belting 38.50 

$ 1,309.88 

Less credit: lantern service 17.00 



Note: Receipts for photographic work done for various depart- 
ments (including Accounts Receivable, $268.58) amounted 
to $4,131.83. 



$ 6,800.00 



$ 1,292.88 
$ 8,092.88 



Electrical Building (including Mechanical Building and Wind Tunnel) 



Heat and Light $ 4,078.56 

Fuel for Experimental Plant: 

P. Burns & Co 396.83 

Gas, $85.33; water, $485.85; occasional fuel, $49.22 620.40 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 226.75 

Cleaning ($2,152.00): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 20. 11 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,131.89 



122 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,677.86): 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses $ 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,470.11; material, $197.75 1,667.86 

Caretaker, E. W. Dean. 12 months 1,400.00 

$10,552.40 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,078.56 
Sale of fuel, $4.50; cleaning, etc., $23.06 27.56 

$ 4,106.12 

$ 6,446.28 

Engineering Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,443.44 

Gas, $17.93: water, $121.65 139.58 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 343.68 

Cleaning ($2,045.15): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 14.20 

F. Baker, overtime services 167.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,863.45 

Repairs & Renewals ($2,584.10): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 51.79 

Roofers Supply Co., slate 28.23 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $2,003.17; material, $500.91 2,504.08 

Caretaker, Frank Baker, 12 months • ' 1,500.00 

$11,055.95 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,443.44 
Sundry credits for cleaning 28.50 

4,471.94 

$ 6,584.01 

Geodetic Observatory Building 

Heat and Light $ 296.91 

Water 9 . 90 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 25.00 

Cleaning ($175.00): 

A. G. Keel, overtime services 18.00 

White Window Cleaning Co ■ 5 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 152 . 00 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $314.33; material, $34.50 348.83 

$ 855.64 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 296.91 

$ 558.73 

Mining Building (including Mill Building) 

Heat and Light $ 8,515.69 

Gas, $793.84; electric current, $36.75; water, $406.16 1,236.75 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 298.75 

Cleaning ($4,075.90): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 25.70 

Overtime Services: 

A. Clarke 23.00 

H. Shields 28.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 3,999.20 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 123 



Repairs and Renewals ($4,318.14): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades $ 65. 15 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 15 . 00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., temperature control 14.21 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $3,134.33; material, $1,089.45.. 4,223.78 

Caretaker: 

Arthur Clarke, 12 months 1,550.00 



Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $8,515.69 
Charged to Dominion Government Grant, Canadian 
Arm^- Course: light, $9.00; caretaker's supplies. 
$45.00; cleaning, $111.25; repairs and renewals, 
$303.00 468.25 



$19,995.23 



8,983.94 



$ 11,011.29 
$349,058.44 



X. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY 

Salaries 

(a) Regular Staff 

A. D. A. Mason, Dean (paid as Professor) 

T. Cowling, Assistant Dean (paid as Professor) 

Professors: 

A. D. A. Mason, Operative Dentistry (also Dean without salary') $ 5,000.00 
T. Cowling, Dental Technology and Metallurgy- (also Assistant 

Dean without salary; paid also $55 for E.xtra Mural Lectures) 4,500.00 

F. M. Lott, Prosthetic Dentistrv, at $5,000; on war service; con- 

tribution to T.I. & A.A....' 200.04 

G. C. Cameron, Dental Pathology- and Bacteriology (paid also 

$225 from Special Funds) . . . .' '. 3,000 . 00 

C. A. Corrigan, Orthodontics, at $2,500 plus $190 additional for 

accelerated Course 2,690 . 00 

E. W. Paul, Dental Surgery; also Librarian, at $840 plus $168 

additional for accelerated Course 1,008.00 

I. H. Ante, Crown and Bridge Prosthesis (without salary but paid 
for duration of war; at $630 plus $462 additional for acceler- 
ated Course (paid also $120 for Extra Mural Lectures and 
$63 for Dental Technicians' Course) 1,092.00 

F. J. Conboy, Dental Praxis 400.00 

Associate Professors: 

R. S. WooUatt, at $4,000 plus $300 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $162 for Dental Technicians' Course) .... 4,300.00 

H. A. Hoskin, at $4,000 plus $300 additional for accelerated 

Course 4,300.00 

R. G. Ellis, at $3,900 plus $200 additional for duration of war and 
$400 for accelerated Course (paid also $15 for Extra Mural 
Lecture and $225 for Dental Technicians' Course) 4,500.00 

R. J. Godfrey, at $3,800 plus $200 additional for duration 
of war and $200 for Accelerated Course (paid also $15 for 
Extra Mural Lecture and $345 for Dental Technicians' 
Course) 4,200.00 

J. H. Johnson, at $3,600 plus $200 additional for duration of war 
and $357 for accelerated Course (paid also $80 for Extra 
Mural Lectures) 4,157.00 

S. M. Richardson, Radiography 3,300.00 

L. F. Krueger, at $1,500 plus $310 additional for accelerated 

Course 1,810.00 

C. H. M. Williams, half-time at $1,208 plus $284 additional for 

accelerated Course 1 ,492 00 

S. S. Crouch, Orthodontics, at $600 plus $264 additional for 

accelerated Course 864.00 

F. A. Clarkson, Medicine, at $400 plus $150 additional for ac- 
celerated Course (paid also $40 as Demonstrator in First Aid) 550.00 



124 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

F. E. Risdon, Oral Surgery, at $180 plus $50 additional for 

accelerated Course $ 230 . 00 

L. A. Kilburn, at $150, on War Service 

E. S. Ryerson, Assistant Professor, Surgery, at $360 plus $360 addi- 
tional for accelerated Course (also in Faculty of Medicine) 720.00 

Associates: 

Miss W. C. Riddle, Histology, Bacteriology and Pathology, at 

$2,160 plus $162 additional for accelerated Course 2,322.00 

Dentistry: 

G. H. Coram, at $1,400 plus $507 additional for accelerated 

Course 1,907.00 

J. M. Sheldon, at $836 plus $188 additional for accelerated 

Course 1,024.00 

G. D. Beierl, at $750 plus $198 additional for accelerated 

Course 948.00 

R. R. Walker, at $670 plus $214 additional for accelerated 

Course 884.00 

F. L. Cole, at $640 plus $230 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $70 for Extra Mural Lectures) 870.00 

F. Martin, at $630 plus $168 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $58.50 for Dental Technicians' Course) 798.00 

W. T. Holmes, at $590 plus $150 additional for accelerated 

Course 740.00 

G. V. Morton, at $570 plus $150 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $40 in School of Nursing) 720.00 

W. L. Hugill, at $560 plus $150 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $70 for Extra Mural Lectures) 710.00 

P. G. Anderson, at $540 plus $144 additional for accelerated 

Course 684.00 

H. A. Ross, at $540 plus $144 additional for accelerated 

Course (paid also $25 for Extra Mural Lectures) 684.00 

W. J. S. Jackson 620.00 

J. G. Per kin, at $650 plus $312 additional for accelerated 

Course 962.00 

J. H. DufiF, at $315 plus $84 additional for accelerated Course 399.00 

On War Service: 

W. D. Cavanagh, at $540 

R. L. Twible, at $540 

J. H. G. Harwood, at $315 

D. M. Tanner, at $50 • 

Preventive Dentistry: 

J. Kreutzer, at $980, on War Service from March 857.50 

M. A. Cox, (paid also $200 from Special Funds) 600.00 

Miss D. F. J. Berry, at $1,830 plus $116 additional for 

accelerated Course 1 ,946 . 00 

Periodontology: 

W. G. Mcintosh, at $540, on War Service 

G. Vernon Fisk, at $200 plus $136 additional for accelerated 

Course 336.00 

G. W. Spinks, Dental Anatomy, at $700, on War Service from 

October 140.00 

Dental Public Health: 

E. A. Grant 40.00 

H. S. Thomson 40.00 

C. C. Rous, Lecturer, Applied Chemistry and Metallurgy, at $300, on 

War Service (also on Ofifice Staff) 

J. J. Rae, Lecturer in Chemistry for accelerated Course, 2 mos. (also 

in Faculty of Arts) 300.00 

E. J. Pratt, Special Lecturer in English (Sessional; paid also $200 for 

Extension Work and $30 in Ontario College of Education) 360.00 

T. R. Marshall, Lecturer (Sessional; part-time) 150.00 

Iflstructors (Sessional): 

E. M. Rigsby, Dental Technology 240.00 

G. A. McMullen, English Expression 100.00 

W. E. Secord, Principles of Accounting (paid also $100 on In- 
firmary Staff), at $330 plus $48 additional for accelerated 
Course 378.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 125 



Demonstrators in Dentistry (Sessional): 

K. R. Harris, at $540 plus S144 additional for accelerated Course 

(paid also S45 for Dental Technicians' Course) $ 684.00 

H. H. Cummer, at $540 plus $144 additional for accelerated 

Course 684 . 00 

M. R. Culbert 465 . 00 

J. B. Pepper, at $270 plus $63 additional for accelerated Course 333.00 

E. E. Colley, at $250 plus $72 additional for accelerated Course 322.00 

J. D. Purves, at $250 plus $70 additional for accelerated Course 320.00 

D. E. Diprose, at $264 plus $88 additional for accelerated Course 352.00 

W. R. Bennett, at $182 plus $66 additional for accelerated Course 248.00 

Demonstrators for duration of War: 
Dentistry: 

T. N. Scott, at $1,103 plus $160 additional for accelerated 

Course 1,263.00 

A. M. Hord, at $540 plus $95 additional for accelerated 

Course 635.00 

O. J. Yule, at $540 plus $144 additional for accelerated 

Course 684.00 

J. B. Macdonald, at $315 plus $159 additional for accelerated 

Course 474.00 

H. M. Robb, Periodontology, at $540 plus $144 additional for 

accelerated Course 684.00 

Assistants in Chemistry (for accelerated Course in June): 

C. W. MacKinnon 70.00 

A. L. Rosenberg 70 . 00 

Technicians: 

W. V. Bvrne, Dentistry, at $1,900 plus $48 additional for acceler- 
ated Course 1,948.00 

Miss I. A. Bumby, Bacteriology and Pathology, at $1,150 plus 

$86 additional for accelerated Course 1,236.00 

H. F. Whittaker, Histology (also in Faculty of Medicine) 150.00 

Laboratory Assistants: 

H. Aylward, Infirmary, at $1,300 plus $95 additional for acceler- 
ated Course 1,395.00 

Mrs. Mary Gratton, Histology, at $306 plus $79.50 additional 

for accelerated Course 385 . 50 

Mrs. Marv Langley, 15 weeks, 4 days at $16.50 258.50 

W. Aylward, 7 weeks at $10.00 70. 00 



$ 80,803.54 



(b) Infirmary Staff 

Miss Jean Miller, Supervisor of Dental Nurses in Training, at $1,300. 

for 10 mos. plus $65 additional for accelerated Course $ 1,365.00 

Nurses: 

Miss F. G. Whitehead, at $1,000 for 10 mos. plus $50 additional 

for accelerated Course 1 ,050 . 00 

Miss H. L. Mann, at $900 for 10 mos. plus $45 additional for 

accelerated Course 945 . 00 

Miss \'. H. Broadrib, at $800 for 10 mos. plus $240 additional- 

for accelerated Course 1 ,040 . 00 

Mrs. M. M. Howlett, at $800 for 10 mos. plus $40 additional for 

accelerated Course 840 . 00 

Miss M. M. Jackson, at $800 for 10 mos. plus $60 additional for 

accelerated Course 860 . 00 

Miss L. E. Tutt, at $800 for 10 mos. plus $250 additional for 

accelerated Course 1 ,050 . 00 

Miss A. H. Rose, at $840 for 9 mos. plus $42 additional for 

accelerated Course 882 . 00 

Miss M. M. E. Robinson, at $560 for 8 mos. plus $140 additional 

for accelerated Course 700 . 00 

W. E. Secord, Instructor in Typewriting for Dental Nurses (paid also 

on Regular Staff) . . . . 100.00 

Mrs. Louise Barraclough, Laundress, at $691 plus $92.95 additional 

for accelerated Course 753 . 95 



$ 9,585.95 



126 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

(c) Office Staff 

C. C. Rous, Secretary, at $3,100 (also on Regular Staff) on war service; 

contribution to Pension Fund $ 170.00 

Miss F. A. Cook, Secretary to the Dean 1,800.00 

Assistant to the Secretary: 

Miss F. Ward, at $1,200 and $200 additional for duration of the 

war; resigned 31 August 233 . 34 

MissF. I. Fulton, from 1 September at $1,200 and $100 additional 

(paid also 2 mos. as Clerk) 1,083.34 

Assistant Librarian: 

Miss H. Reid, at $1,100; on War Service 

Miss E. M. Bradley, temporary 1,100.00 

Miss K. M. Cartwright, Assistant in the Library, 14 weeks at $10 plus 

$90 additional for accelerated Course 230.00 

Clerk in the Secretary's Office: 

Miss F. L Fulton, 2 mos. at $1,000; (transferred to be Assistant) 166.66 

Miss M. H. Booz, from 1 September at $1,100 916.66 

Miss L. Park, Cashier, at $1,200 for 10 mos. plus $90 additional for 

accelerated Course 1,290.00 

$ 6,990.00 



$ 97,379.49 



Laboratory and Infirmary Supplies, Apparatus and Equipment 

Abbott Laboratories, drugs $ 29 . 35 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hardware 13.64 

Inez E. Ante, lantern slides 24.70 

Ash Temple Co., dental supplies 2,078. 18 

Austin Dental Specialties, dental supplies 28.01 

F. W. Bateman, chair repairs 39.00 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., metal hoods, etc 1,693.50 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., mastic tile 142 . 60 

Canadian Cellucotton Products, kleenex. 19.85 

Canadian Hanson and Van Winkle Co., pumice, etc 108.54 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, petri dishes, tubes 151 . 71 

L. D. Caulk Co., cement, chemicals, etc 265.89 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 416.36 

A. A. Cockburn, towels 81 . 50 

Columbia Dentoform, teeth, dentoforms 189.00 

Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., laboratory coats 178.06 

Denco (Ontario) Ltd., dental supplies 677.52 

Dental Products Corporation, dental supplies 334. 12 

Dominion Dental Co., dental supplies 862 . 77 

Eastman Photo Stores, dental films 695.71 

T. Eaton Co., pillow, brushes, etc 325.62 

Florentine Co., tooth models 137.20 

E. Green Dental Supplies, dental supplies 488.22 

J. F. Hartz Co., chemicals, etc 289.73 

Ingram & Bell, rubber gloves, etc 123 68 

Interlake Tissue Mills, paper napkins 126.00 

Johnson & Johnson, absorbent cotton, etc 302. 12 

Johnson Matthey Co., platinum foil, dental gold 1,800.04 

Arthur Levitt Dental Supply, enamel 30.42 

Might Directories, directory 32.40 

Mitchell & McGill, oak table, chairs 138.00 

J. A. Murray, card lettering 10.78 

S. McCord & Co., plaster of paris, etc 373 . 31 

Estate of A. J. McDonagh, microscope 133.71 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals, etc 159. 10 

National Refining Co., castings, blades, etc 4,139 . 76 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., steel cabinets 48. 10 

Photographic Service, prints 86. 4o 

Proctor & Gamble, soap 96.03 

Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co., brushes 24.00 

Queen City Dental Manufacturing Co., oxygen, etc 17.00 

Ella Skinner, uniforms ^o^'^H 

P. N. Sodden & Co., silex mesh 31 . 10 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 127 

Stevens Co., sterilizer, etc $ 21 . 45 

Telfer Paper Box Co., boxes 16.95 

Toronto Dental Dealers, supplies 587. 11 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, typewriter rental and maintenance 210.00 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, paper 24.60 

S. Walters, projector repairs 28. 70 

S. S. White & Co. of Canada, dental supplies 1,056.29 

Whiton Surgical Supply, dental supplies 19.50 

Williams Gold Refining Co., wire, etc 1,707. 19 

G. H. Woods & Co., drinking cups, paper 120.00 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 302.65 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (19) 98.83 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: stationery, $3.59; telephone & 
telegraph, $3.37; laundry, $194.69; car tickets, $8.25; sundries and 

supplies, $105.35 315 . 25 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $37.54; labour, $2,086.96; material, 

$898.97 3,023.47 

$25,100.24 

Less credits: laboratory deposits $2,040. 14 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant, Dental 

Technicians Course 378 . 1 1 

Trust Fund Dental Research Fund 136.00 

2,554.25 

$ 22,545.99 



General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, calendar, ofifice supplies and incidentals ($2,061.85): 

Burroughs Adding Machine, service $ 8.80 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 13.51 

D. Gestetner (Canada) paper, stencils 128. 15 

Grand & Toy, minute book 13 . 50 

Ofifice Specialty Manufacturing Co., desk trays 91 . 60 

Postage 200.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 150.60 

University of Toronto Library, books 46.44 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,391 .64 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: telephone and telegraph, 

$6.88; sundries and supplies, $6.83; laundry, $3.90 17.61 

Extra-mural lectures, Ontario ($500.00): 

L H. Ante 145.00 

F. L. Cole 70.00 

Thomas Cowling 55 . 00 

R. G. Ellis 15.00 

F. H. Godfrey 15.00 

W. L. Hugill 70.00 

J. H. Johnson 80.00 

H. A. Ross 25.00 

C. H. M. Williams 25.00 

American Association of Dental Schools, dues 50.00 

. $ 2,611.85 
Less credits: charged to Dominion Go\ernment Grant 

Dental Technicians Course $500.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons, account of extra- 
mural lectures 200 . 00 

700.00 



l.911.h.' 



Dental Building 

Fuel ($2,451.81): 

Great Lakes Coal Co $ 2.375.49 

Canada Coal Co 76 . 32 

Gas, $432.26; electric current, $2,483.71 ; water, $402.94 3,318.91 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 951 . 61 



128 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Cleaning and Fireman (54,797.74): 

High Park Window Cleaning Co $ 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 4,757.74 

Repairs and Renewals ($3,095.48): 

\Vm. Bartlett & Son, blinds, shades, repairs 69.94 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., tile repairs 15.25 

City Treasurer, elevator licenses 10.00 

John Inglis Co., boiler tubes, etc 287.62 

\V. A. Richardson, waterproofing wall and cellar 130.35 

\'ulcan Asphalt & Supply Co., flooring 113.10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, SI, 671.22; material, $798.00 2,469.22 

Caretaker, W. Graham, 12 months 1,400.00 

$16,015.55 
Less credits: cleaning, $1.50; light, $1.00; sale of cinders, 

etc. $8.60 _. $ 1 1 . 10 

Charged to Dominion Government Grant, Dental 

Technicians accelerated course 2,180.00 

2,191.10 

$ 13,824.45 

$135,661.78 



XI. FACULTY OF HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE 

Salaries 

(a) Household Science: 

Miss J. Brodie, Professor (with rooms, heat and light valued at 

$280) $ 4,200.00 

Assistant Professors: 

Miss A. C. Willard 3,450.00 

Miss E. W. Park 2,800.00 

Miss J. S. Roberts 2,600.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss D. E. Mulholland 1,900.00 

Mrs. D. E. Hunter - 1,800.00 

Miss H. R. Coatsworth (part-time) 1,050.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss M. Foster 800.00 

Miss X. Morley 800.00 

Research Assistants: 

Miss B. HoUyman 1,000.00 

Miss M. Mitchell 800.00 

$21,200.00 

Less charged to: Massey Treble Bequest $3,000.00 

Swift Canadian Company 800.00 

3,800.00 



(b) Food Chemistry: 

Dr. C. C. Benson, Professor, also Secretary to Faculty (with 

rooms, heat and light valued at $280) $ 4,200.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss E. I. Walker 1,800.00 

Mrs. Jean R. Butterfield 1,700.00 

Mrs. Edith A. Nicholson, Instructor (Sessional) 1,300.00 

Assistants (Sessional): 

Miss M. McArthur 800.00 

Miss E. S. Dewar (part-time — paid also $600 as Clerical 

Assistant) 400.00 

Miss G. Brackenbury (part-time at $200; resigned 15 March) 150.00 



$ 17,400.00 



$ 10,350.00 
$ 27,750.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



129 



Household Science 

Laboratory Supplies (-$1,808.15): 

Acme Farmers Dairy-, cream, milk S 168. 13 

Borden Co., milk powder 14 . 28 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, filter paper, etc 205.21 

T. Eaton Co., flannel, casseroles, etc 262 . 68 

Eddy Match Co., matches 13 . 46 

Grand & Toy, wrapping paper 15 . 90 

G. A. Hardie Co., towels 11 .66 

Lever Bros., soap 21 . 78 

Marshall & Co., eggs 120.10 

National Grocers Co., provisions 261 . 63 

J. & W. R. Scott, provisions 569.51 

Robert Simpson Co., linen, dishes, etc 66.23 

Accounts under SIO.OO (6) 31.35 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S3. 38; material, $42.85 46.23 

Laboratory Attendance (81,520.00): 

Mrs. L. Cameron, 11 weeks 176.00 

Mrs. Alice Steeds, 16 weeks 160 . 00 

Mrs. E. Stroud, 43 weeks 688 . 00 

Miss S. Swigull, 31 weeks 496.00 

Equipment and incidentals (S127.84): 

Waller Office Appliance Co., carbon, duplicator, etc 20.00 

Accounts under .$10.00 (5) 19.41 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $83.36; material, S5.07 88.43 

Books and special equipment (-§681. 44): 

Eddie Black Ltd., electric mixer 29.50 

T. Eaton Co., bookcase, etc . 458.85 

McAinsh & Co., books 27.00 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, iron 12 . 50 

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, subscription 11 . 80 

University Press, binding book 37.01 

Accounts under SIO.OO (11) 50.66 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, SI. 14; labour, S52.98 54. 12 

S 4,137.43 

Less laboratory deposits S318.97 

Charged to Massey Treble Bequest 681 .44 



1,000.41 



S 3,137.02 



Food Chemistry 

Maintenance (S966.55): 

British Drug Houses, chemicals S 18. 53 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, crucibles, filter paper, etc 165.83 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, glassware, etc 192.32 

Warren E. Collins Inc., chemicals 14.92 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 10. 17 

T. Eaton Co., towelling 42 . 54 

Klett Manufacturing Co., colorimeter, tubes 173.91 

Thomas Pocklington Ltd., balance repairs 34.00 

Wedtman Publications Ltd., reprints 16.00 

University Press, books 26 . 24 

Accounts under SIO.OO (9) 25.58 

Sundrv disbursements by Department: stationery and carfare, 

S9.33; supplies, S43.68 53.01 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S20.73; labour, S127.43; material, 

S45.34 193.50 

Laboratory attendance (SI, 118.05): 

Mrs. R. Berry, 44 weeks, 4 days 335.50 

Mrs. I. Scott, 42 weeks, l^i days 782.55 

S 2,084.60 

Less laboratory deposits 163 . 18 



S 1,921.42 



$ 1,947.69 



130 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

General Expenses 

Stationery, printing, office supplies and incidentals ($253.86): 

D. Gestetner, ink, paper $ 37 . 79 

Postage 46 . 00 

University Press, stationery 158. 72 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 5.18 

Clerical Assistance ($1,700.00): 

Miss E. E. Cross, 10 months 1,100.00 

Miss E. S. Dewar, 12 months (part-time) 600.00 

Household Science Building 

Heat and Light $ 4,209.43 

Gas, $246.78; water, $302.57 549. 35 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 177.93 

Cleaning ($1,863.50): 

X'ictory Window Cleaning Co 35.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 1,828.50 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,243.40): 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., repairs 56.32 

City Treasurer, elevator license 5 . 00 

Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., temperature control 62.49 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $873.20; material, $246.39 1,119.59 

Sundries ($947.02): 

Wm. Bartlett & Sons, shades 15 . 58 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., tile repairs 29.20 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $713.16; material, $189.08 902.24 

Caretaker (with rooms, heat and light valued at $420.00): 

A. J. Maycock, 12 months 1,200.00 

$10,190.63 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant. . $4,209.43 

Credit for cleaning 7 . 05 

Charged to Massey Treble Bequest 947.02 

5,163.50 

$ 5,027.13 

$ 39,783.26 



XI L FACULTY OF FORESTRY 

Salaries 

G. G. Cosens, Professor and Dean of Faculty $ 6,000.00 

Professors : 

J. H. White 5,200.00 

T. W. Dwight 4,500.00 

R. C. Hosie, Associate Professor 3,800. 00 

Miss G. McAree, Librarian and Staff Secretary 1,300.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

F. S. Newman 25.00 

A. J. Dunne 10. 00 

Maintenance of Department 

Apparatus and Laboratory supplies ($141.75): 

Photographic Service, slides, etc $ 16.70 

University of Toronto Engineering Society, paper 16.50 

Wood Manufacturing Co., pack sacks 16.25 

University Press, binding, etc 30.68 



$ 20,835.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 131 



Accounts under $10.00 (6) $ 19.41 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: telephone, $9.04; stationery, 

etc.. $5.96 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $5.70; labour, $15.21; material, 

$6.30 27.21 

Office supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals ($262.39): 

Postage 50.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 189.21 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 23. 18 

Practice Camp supplies, travel, etc. ($1,311.54): 
Travelling expenses: 

G. G. Cosens 67.79 

T. W. Dwight 134.01 

R. C. Hosie 41 . 70 

C. F. Morrison, sketches 35.00 

Pulpwood .Supply Co., axes 45.60 

Sherwood Forest Camp, students and instructors board and 

lodging 842 . 91 

Spruce Falls Power and Paper Co., axes 54.58 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 14.57 

Superintendent's Dept., material 75.38 

Collecting materials for Class Work: 

Prof. R. C. Hosie, travelling expenses 29.70 

Laboratory Assistance: 

R. H. Denison, 40 weeks, 1 day 446.00 



$ 2,191.38 
Less received from students for board 584 . 50 



Forestry Building 

Heat and Light $ 1,367.73 

Gas, $9.57; water, $8.58 18. 15 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 97.05 

Cleaning ($312.55): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 4. 10 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 308.45 

Repairs and Renewals ($329.09) : 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 3.73 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $259.56; material, $65.80 325.36 

Caretaker, E. G. Payne, 12 months 1,500.00 

$ 3,624.57 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 1,367.73 



$ 1,606.88 



$ 2,256.84 
$ 24,698.72 



XHL FACULTY OF MUSIC 
Salaries 

Sir Ernest MacMillan, Dean, honorarium $ 500.00 

Professors: 

Healey Willan, at $4,000 of which $2,000 paid by Toronto Con- 
servatory of Music 2,000 . 00 

Leo Smith 1,500.00 

J. Leland Richardson, Carillonneur 650.00 

Miss A. MacGillivray, Secretary (also Secretary to the President). . . 250.00 

$ 4,900.00 
Less paid from .Special Grant 500 00 



$ 4,400.00 



132 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Maintenance of Department 

Printing, Calendar, postage and incidentals: 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., guides $ -42 

Postage ' -rn'no 

University Press, printing and stationery 70.90 

$ 79.32 

Special 

Grant to Toronto Conservatory of Music S 11,000.00 

$ 15,479.32 



XIV. SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES 

Salaries 

G. S. Brett, Dean, (also in Faculty of Arts) S 1,000.00 

■ Miss N. MacKenzie, Secretary 2,200.00 

Miss J. Gordon, Stenographer 900.00 

Maintenance of Department 

Stationer>' and Ofiftce Supplies (S368.33): 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., trays, cards, etc 56.85 

Postage otonS 

University Press, printing and stationery 253.02 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 15.46 

Clerical Assistance: 

Miss E. Ridge, .Secretariat, Board of Examiners for Professional 

Degrees, $50.00; expenses, $2.35 52.35 



$ 4,100.00 



$ 420.68 
$ 4,520.68 



XV. SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Salaries 

Miss E. K. Russell, Director $ 3,600.00 

Miss F. H. M. Emory, Associate Director and Supervisor of Courses for 

Graduate Nurses and Lecturer in Public Health Nursing 3,000.00 

Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss W. L. Chute, Science and Nursing 2,300.00 

Miss N D Fidler, Nursing; also Supervisor of Graduate Courses 

in Teaching • 2,300.00 

Miss M. B. Millman, Public Health Nursmg; also Supervisor of 

Field Practice in Public Health Nursing 2,300.00 

Miss M. Jean Wilson, Nursing; also Supervisor of Clinical Instruc- 
tion in Hospitals, at $1,500 and living allowance valued at 

$400 (on leave of absence for 2 mos.) 1,362 . 50 

Miss B. Boulter, Nursing and Clinical Instructor in Nursing. . . . 1,440.00 

Miss A. E. Reid, Nursing, at $1,500 from 1 September 1,250.00 

Miss B. Shenstone, Instructor in Nursing, from 1 January to 30 June at 

$125 per month and wartime bonus 812.50 

Mrs. Edith Will, Clinical Instructor in Nursing, from 20 January to 20 

April, at $120 per month and wartime bonus 390.50 

Miss M E. Waddell, Dietitian-Housekeeper (with living allowance 

valued at $400) 1,200.00 



Residence Nurse and Supervisor of Health Service: 

Miss N. K. C. Kenny, at $1,080 and living allowance valued at 

$400; on war service from October 506.00 

Miss L. Thordarson, at $948 and living allowance valued at $400 

from 1 November i cnn' S 

Miss E. N. L. Mortimer, Secretary-Librarian 1,800.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 133 



Secretarial Assistants: 

Mrs. Margaret Monkhouse, 2 mos. at S960; 10 mos. at $1,080. . . $ 1,060.00 

Mrs. Ann D. Rowan, 3 mos. QH days at $80; resigned 30 November 260.80 

Stenographers: 

Mrs. G. Adams, 15 September to 30 June, at $50 per month (paid 

also $47 as Clerical Assistant) 475.00 

Mrs. Lillian M. Clarkson, 1 March to 30 June, at $80 per month 320.00 

Mrs. Miriam Watson, at $850; resigned 25 August 127.95 

Mrs. G. Adams, Clerical Assistant (paid also $475 as Stenographer) . . 47.00 



$25,184.25 
Less paid from Special Grant 1,250.00 



Special Teaching 

Hospitals and Public Health Organizations ($1,615.00): 

Boards of Health (28) $ 200.00 

Brantford General Hospital 25 . 00 

Canadian Red Cross Society, Ontario Division 80.00 

Catholic Welfare Bureau ^ 10.00 

Grace Hospital, Windsor ? 25.00 

Hospital for Sick Children 45 . 00 

Jewish Welfare Bureau 10.00 

Memorial Hospital Trust — St. Thomas 25.00 

Neighbourhood Workers' Association 40.00 

Nicholls Hospital — Peterboro 25.00 

Norfolk County Hospital — Simcoe 25.00 

Oshawa General Hospital 25 . 00 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 25 . 00 

St. Elizabeth Msiting Nurses Association 45.00 

St. John Ambulance Association 10.00 

.St. Michael's Hospital 120.00 

Toronto General Hospital 420 . 00 

Toronto Psvchiatric Hospital 5.00 

Toronto Western Hospital 100.00 

\'ictorian Order of Nurses 255 . 00 

Women's College Hospital 100 . 00 

Critic Teachers in City Schools, for practice teaching purposes ($858.00) : 

Board of Education 810 . 00 

Separate School Board 48 . 00 

University Departments and Special Lecturers ($4,098.60): 

Department of Anatomy 200.00 

. Department of Psychology 300 . 00 

Special lecturers: 

G. H. Agnew 50 . 00 

Gordon Bates 20.00 

M. Bell 15.00 

K. S. Bernhardt 45.00 

G. F. Bover 15.00 

W. E. Brown ' 10.00 

Miss M. Burk 10.00 

Miss E. deV. Clarke 15.00 

Miss C. E. Clemens 40.00 

Miss Janet B. Corwin 200 . 00 

J. H. Couch 20.00 

Miss E. Cryderman 120.00 

J. G. Cunningham 10.00 

George Davidson 20 . 00 

H.A.Dixon 15.00 

Miss M. Dulmage 50.00 

J. Harry Ebbs 20.00 

George Edmonds 30 . 00 

J. H. Elliott 40.00 

Dr. Norma H. C. Ford 300.00 

C. C. Goldring 10.00 

J.C.Goodwin 15.00 



$ 23,934.25 



134 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



MissW. V. Godard 

Mrs. Mary Gow 

J. C. Gray. . 

Garth Hamblin , 

B. Hannah 

R. Hare... 

Miss E. Hickev 

C. E. Hill....'. 

Stuart L. Jaffray 

A. H. Jeffrey 

E. Johnson 

Miss M. Ketchum 

Miss J. Kniseley 

Miss N. Landon 

Miss J. Leask 

W. V. McCIure 

Mrs. D. E. MacLachlin 

Miss Jean Mitchell 

Miss Edna Moore 

G. \'. Morton 

Trevor Owen 

J. T. Phair 

C. E. Phillips 

H. F. Robertson 

R. B. Rohson 

Miss Lorna Savage 

W. A. Scott 

Shaw Business Schools 

Miss B. Shenstone 

L. N. Silverthorne 

C. E. Sneiling 

Miss M. Tressider 

Miss L. Tucker 

W. L. Yalens 

H. B. Van Wyck 

W. K. Welsh : 

Miss E. E. Whaler 

D. E. S. Wishart 

Mrs. Florence E. Woodcock. 

D. M. Young 

Sundry persons 



10.00 

300.00 

15.00 

10.00 

65.00 

35.00 

20.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

20.00 

25.00 

15.00 

25.00 

20.00 

100.00 

35.00 

20.00 

65.00 

40.00 

115.00 

40.00 

210.00 

20.00 

10.00 

20.00 

30.00 

346.80 

300.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

10.00 

100.00 

130.00 

100.00 

20.00 

15.00 

70.00 

10.00 

71.80 



1 



$ 6,571.60 



School Maintenance 

Office supplies, printing, postage and incidentals (SI, 574. 57): 

Bay Salvage Co., office furniture 

T. Eaton Co., desk pads, etc 

D. Gestetner (Canada), stencils, ink, etc 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., chairs, desk 

Postage 

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, addressing and stamping 

envelopes 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 

Standard Engravers, half tones . 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, rebuilt machine 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (14) 

Clerical assistance: 

Mrs. L. Clarkson, 13 weeks 

Mrs. Jessie Moody 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: stationery, S9.48; tele- 
graph and telephone, $40.07; sundries and supplies, $1.05; 
transportation, $11.15 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $7.18; labour, $43.46 

Classroom equipment and supplies, library and advertising ($456.17): 

T. Eaton Co., books, etc 

Ingram & Bell, thermometers, etc 

McAinsh & Co., books 



141.50 
13.05 
76.40 
99.25 

201.00 

33.17 
16.80 
32.24 
113.66 
406.47 
69.83 



238.56 
20.25 



61.75 
50.64 



44.76 
55.02 
13.83 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



135 



MacMillan Co., books 

Ridpath's Ltd., repairs 

University Press, binding, etc 

Advertising and subscriptions: 

Canadian Hospital, advertising, subscription 

Canadian Nurse, advertising 

Canadian Public Health Association, advertising 

Globe and Mail, advertising 

MacLean Publishing Co.. advertising 

Toronto Daily Star, subscription, advertising 

Universitv of Toronto Monthly 

Accounts under SIO.OO (24) . 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: stationery, S14.34; sundries 

and supplies, S10.71; transportation, S2.55 

Superintendent's Dept., material 

Graduation Expenses and Fellowship Payments (S123.00): 

Birks Ellis Ryrie Ltd., pins 

Accounts und'er .SIO.OO (4) 

Travelling and Entertainment, etc.. Examination of domestic stafT 
(S18L22): 

Dr. Jessie A. McGeachy, professional services 

Miss M. B. Millman, field work 

Miss E. K. Russell, travelling expenses 

F. E. Silvester, musical leadership 

Eric Treadwell, musical assistance 

Miss M. J. Wilson, travelling expenses 

Refunds of fees and residence dues ($300.50) : 

Miss K. R. Caswell 

Miss T. Reilly 

Miss D. F. Runge 

Miss L. Thordarson 



30.45 
20.00 
21.32 



13.25 
25.00 
19.00 
13.50 
45.15 
18.30 
12.00 
96.40 

27.60 
.59 



116.25 
6.75 



10.00 
11.10 
52.55 
50.00 
10.00 
47.57 



38.50 

69.00 

82.00 

111.00 



$ 2,635.46 



Residence Maintenance 

Residence Physician: 

Dr. J. G. Falconer S 200.00 

Wages, food, laundry and miscellaneous ($19,204.24): 

Pay lists, wages of maids, etc 6,570 . 00 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 427.49 

Barker Bredin Bakeries, bread 340 . 92 

Canada Bread Co., cakes 12 . 64 

Canada Packers Ltd., provisions 71 . 43 

Christie, Brown & Co., biscuits 88 . 16 

Club Coffee Co.. coffee 197.56 

Dominion Rug Weaving Co., rugs 124.00 

T. Eaton Co., drapes, towels 634.39 

Gibson's Cleaners, cleaning drapes 166.74 

S. Gumpert Co. of Canada, jelly powder 20 . 56 

H. J. Heinz Co., pickles 92.45 

Earl Hubbard 10.40 

Ingram & Bell Ltd., drugs • 42.61 

John Kay Co., rugs 29.70 

Edward King, exterminator 17 . 00 

Kraft Cheese Ltd., cheese 135.05 

S. Lightfoot & Son, fruit, vegetables 14.50 

Lines Ltd., meat 879.99 

Marshall Co. Ltd., provisions 724.85 

Michie & Co., provisions 37.46 

National Grocers Co., provisions 1,395.46 

Wm. Neilson Ltd., ice cream 210.12 

T. Nicola, fruit 152. 16 

Porter & Black, eggs 442 . 17 

Silverwood's Dairy, milk and cream 1,334. 53 

Slichter's Ltd., flowers 15.00 

St. Lawrence Fish Market, fish 322 92 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, iron 1 1 . 80 



136 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



\'ictoria Paper & Twine, paper $ 54.50 

West Disinfecting Co., disinfectants 15.30 

White & Co., vegetables 2,111.77 

John H. Wickson, meat, provisions 1,899.28 

G. H. Woods & Co., drinking cups 26.00 

Accounts under SIO.OO (12) 63.09 

Sundry disbursements by Secretary: provisions, $325.00; 
stationerv-, §16.77; transportation, $6.40; sundries and office 

supplies, $35.06 .383 . 23 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $32.67; material, $96.34 129.01 

Furnishings and replacements ($890.72): 

Canadian Tumbler Co., tumblers 7.90 

T. Eaton Co., towels, etc 694.56 

Donald MacLean, towels, etc 49.95 

Robert Simpson Co., dishes, etc 131 . 72 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6 . 59 



$ 20,294.96 



Contingencies 

(Nothing Spent) 



Maintenance of Building (No. 7 Queen's Park) 

Fuel ($1,212.81): 

Department of Public Works, heat $ 1 ,200 . 00 

P. Burns & Co., fuel 12.81 

Gas, $267.84; electric current, $292.87; water, $139.35 700.06 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 65.64 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,247.48): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades >. . 52.32 

Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., dishwasher, sink, etc 345.65 

Kelvinator of Canada, refrigerator units 350.00 

W. A. Richardson, waterproofing basement, etc 110.00 

J. D. Ryder, chimney cleaning 25.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,165.11; material, $199.40 1,364.51 

Sundries: 

Bell Telephone Co., service 471 . 24 

Caretaker, T. Marriott, 12 months 1,350.00 



Charged to Revenue 1942-43. 
Charged to Rockefeller Fund. 



$ 6,047.23 

$ 59,483.50 

9,500.00 
49,983.50 

$ 59,483.50 



XVI. SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 
Salaries 

S. K. JafFarv, Director and Associate Professor (including additional 

allowance at $300 from 1 October) $ 4,125.00 

Miss A. C. McGregor, Associate Director and Assistant Professor (in- 
cluding additional allowance at $300 from 1 October) 3,025.00 

Miss B. M. Finlayson, Assistant Professor 2,600.00 

Dr. Margaret Strong, Lecturer (.Sessional) 600.00 

Special Lecturers (Sessional): 

Miss X. Lea 150.00 

Dr. Gwen Mulock (paid also $3,000 in Health Service) 150.00 

Miss M. Bell 75.00 

M. M. Cohn 75.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 137 



R. E. Mills $ 75.00 

Miss D. Hobden 75 . 00 

Miss A. B. Carver 50.00 

Miss L. Gates 50 . 00 

Miss M. Fleming 37.50 

B. \V. Heise 37.50 

Part-time Assistants in Case Work, (Sessional): 

Miss D. Wilensky 300.00 

Miss X. Thompson 300.00 

M. Tarail, Instructor (Sessional) 800 . 00 

Miss E. B. Bambridge, Secretary-Librarian 1,475.00 



14,000.00 



Maintenance of Department 

Office supplies, printing, calendar, postage and incidentals (8740.44): 

American Association of Schools of Social Work, membership dues § 111 .28 

Postage 123 . 70 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, ribbons, etc 144.85 

University Press, printing and stationery 98.87 

Clerical Assistance: 

Mrs. Lillian Kay. 54J^ days 156.15 

Miss Olive Rosengren, 1 week 17.50 

Travelling E.xpenses: 

G. Davidson 10.00 

S. K. Jaffar\' 6.80 

Accounts under SIO.OO (7) 33 . 39 

Sundrv disbursements by Secretary: books, S5.31; stationerv, 

88.41; telegrams, etc., 86.28 .'. 20.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, 810.92; freight, 86.98 17.90 

Departmental Library (8269.84) : 

Miss Kathleen Riddle, library assistant 50.00 

Russell Sage Foundation, books 12.06 

Subscriptions: 

American Public Welfare Association 13 . 86 

Famiiv \\ elfare Association of America 15.66 

New Republic 12.02 

University Press, books 57. 90 

Accounts under SIO.OO (27) 108.34 



8 1,010.28 
8 15,010.28 



XVIL SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION 

Salaries 

Administration: 

E. S. Ryerson, Director (paid 8500 as Professor of Health Assess- 
ment and Promotion; also in Faculty of Medicine and in 

Dentistry) 

Miss C. H. Layton, Secretary . 8 1,750.00 

Mrs. ]\Iargaret Graham, Assistant Secretary (paid also 8300 in 
Physical Education — Women and 8400 in Athletics and 
Physical Training — Women) 500 . 00 

Functional Anatomy: 

Associate Professors: 

H. A. Gates (also in Faculty of Medicine) 800.00 

A. W. Ham (also in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 

R. K. George. Assistant Professor (also in Faculty of Medicine). . 250.00 

H. D. Ball, Assistant (also in Faculty of Medicine) 250.00 



138 REPORT OF THE No, 12 

Applied Physiology: 

R. E. Haist, Assistant Professor (paid also in School of Hygiene 

and from Medical Research Best Funds) $ 1,400.00 

M. L. Bunker, Demonstrator (paid also from Medical Research 

Banting Funds) 500.00 

Health Assessment and Promotion: 

E. S. Ryerson, Professor (also Director of School, without salary; 

paid also in Faculty of Medicine and in Dentistry) 500.00 

Lecturers (Sessional — without salary): 

Miss M. L. Xorthway, Psychologs^ (paid in Faculty of Arts) 

Miss H. C. Plummer, Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 

(paid in Faculty of Medicine) 

Temporary Lecturers, at 85 per Lecture: 

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Robertson (also in Faculty of Medicine).. 15.00 

A. D. A. Mason (also in Faculty of Dentistry) 15.00 

R. G. Armour (also in Faculty of Medicine) 15.00 

E. W. McHenry (also in School of Hygiene) 15.00 

C. ^L Hincks 10.00 

J. T. Phair (also in School of Hygiene) . 10.00 

R. \V. L Urquhart (also Director of Health Service and in 

Faculty of Medicine) . ■ • 10.00 

\V. J. Gardiner (also in Faculty of Medicine and in University 

Extension) 10 . 00 

F. F. Tisdall (also in Faculty of Medicine) 5 . 00 

Trevor Owen (also in Faculty of Medicine) 5.00 

Dr. Gwen Mulock (also in Health Service) 5.00 

G. S. Young (also in Faculty of Medicine) 5.00 

Gordon Bates (also in Faculty of Medicine) 5.00 

S. K. Jaflfary (also in School of Social Work) 5.00 

Zoology: 

Demonstrators (Sessional): 

Miss V. E. Engelbert (also in Faculty of Arts) 200.00 

Mrs. R. D. C. Marvel (also in Faculty of Arts) 200.00 

Physical Education — Men: 

Warren A. Stevens, Associate Professor (also Director of Athletics 

and Physical Training) 300.00 

M. G. Griffiths, Assistant Professor (paid as Assistant Director, 

Athletics and Physical Training) 

T. E. McCutcheon, Associate (also in Athletics and Physical 

Training) .- • • 100.00 

C. Zwygard, Assistant (Sessional, also in Athletics and Physical 

Training) 800.00 

J. Primeau, Temporary Instructor in Hockey 50.00 

Clerical Assistants (Temporary): 

Mrs. Malvina Griffiths 20.00 

J. J. Del Grande 7.00 

Physical Education — Women: 
Assistant Professors: 

Miss F. A. Somers 2,425.00 

Miss J. M. Forster (also in Athletics and Physical Training) 700.00 

Miss D. N. R. Jackson (also in Athletics and Physical Train- 
ing) 700.00 

Mrs. S. E. McCatty, Associate (also in Athletics and Physical 

Training) .••.■•■■.■ 300.00 

Mrs. Margaret Graham, Assistant in Music (also in Administration 

and in Athletics and Physical Training) 300.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 139 



Maintenance 

Administration: 

General Expenses ($625.23): 

Alexander Studio, film, prints S 51 . 84 

Bell Telephone Co., service 119.69 

Business Properties Ltd., share of lighting expense, 415 

Vonge Street 63 . 93 

T. Eaton Co., share of water account, 415 Vonge Street 40.87 

Parisian Laundry, laundr>' 40. 35 

Postage 55.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 147.45 

Mrs. E. Gardiner, swimming attendant, 150 hours 79.51 

Accounts under SIO.OO (2) 14.29 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2.30 

Supplies and Equipment (316.72): 

Robert Chambers, film 39 . 13 

T. Eaton Co., stationery, file holder, etc 129.81 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery . 100.24 

Accounts'under SIO.OO (3) 18.83 

Sundry disbursements by department 15.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S4.10; labour, .S8.52; ma- 
terial, .S1.09 13.71 

Applied Physiology (.S165.00): 

General Films Ltd., sound films 120.00 

Ingram & Bell, drugs 45.00 

Health Assessment: 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 6.70 

Physical Education— Men (S423.00): 

T. Eaton Co., uniforms 28.53 

D. Gestetner (Canada), stencils 54.30 

Universitv of Toronto Athletic Association, use of Arena. . . 25.00 

H. W. Walters, life buoy. . 11 .28 

University Press, books, printing and stationer^' 204.87 

Clerical Assistance: 

J. J. Del Grande, 22 hours 11. OO 

Mrs. M. Griffiths, part-time 25.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (11) ■ 53.62 

Sundry disbursements by department 9.40 

Physical Education— Women ($271.69): 

Archery Craft, arrows 15 . 60 

T. Eaton Co., towels, etc 71 . 31 

Fidelity Circulation Co., subscriptions 13.50 

John A. Madsen Co., repairing volley balls, etc 28.50 

University of Toronto Athletic Association, use of Arena. . . 69.00 

University Skating Club 15.00 

H. A. Wilson Co., guides, balls, etc 23.79 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 24.99 

Sundry disbursements by department 10.00 

Camp Tanamakoon Expenses: 
Instructors: 

Miss C. Jackson, travelling expenses $ 12.50 

Miss S. Macklen, honorarium, $30.00; travelling expenses, 

$12.50 42.50 

Miss J. Manson, honorarium, $40.00; travelling expenses, 

$12.50 52.50 

Miss .S. McCatty, travelling expenses 12.50 

Miss O. McNeill, honorarium, $50.00; travelling expenses, 

$12.50 62.50 

Miss M. G. Hamilton, room and board for students and staff 

and camp rental 763 . 82 



$ 1,808.34 



140 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Southam Press, camp folders S 83 . 70 

Sundry expenditures; drugs, $10.84; sundries, S12.44 23.28 



S 1,053.30 
Less fees paid by students 493 . 92 



$ 559 . 38 



$ 14,799.72 
Less charged to Mary G. Hamilton Fund 559.38 



XVIII. UXI\ERSITY EXTENSION AND PUBLICITY 

Salaries 

W. J. Dunlop, Director (paid also honorarium of SI, 200 as Acting 

Manager of University Press) $ 5,500 . 00 

Assistant Directors: 

B. W. Sharpe 2,800 . 00 

J. Marshall 1,900 . 00 

Miss D. de F. Milner, Secretary- 1,600.00 

Miss L. B. Alexander, Assistant 1,250.00 

R. P. Brown, Clerk, at Sl,250; on war service from October 438.57 

Stenographers: 

Miss M. E. Drummond 900.00 

Miss B. Kingston, at S900; on loan to Royal Ontario Museum 

from 1 Januan,' 450 . 00 

Miss M. M. Hargreaves, at 81.000. from 1 September 833.32 

Miss K. M. Davis 850.00 

Miss B. \V. McClennan, at-Sl.lOO; resigned 31 August 183.34 



Maintenance of Department 

(a) Extension: 

Instructors (S41, 148.34): 

Dr. Margaret R. Abel $ 600 . 00 

E. A. Allen 100 . 00 

J. G. Andison 436.00 

R. W. Angus 10 . 00 

R. G. Armour 50 . 00 

Mrs. M. B. Arnold 240.00 

T. J. Bailev 72.00 

}. \V. Bain 10.00 

\V. Baird 119.00 

Miss Caroline Baldock 100.00 

Miss I. G. Balthanzard 72.00 

B. Baranowski 10.00 

L. S. Beattie 56 . 00 

S. Beatty 22 . 00 

C. B. Bell 35.00 

D. E. Bell 60.00 

R. J. R. Bell 150.00 

K. S. Bernhardt .• 922 . 00 

H. A. Bewick 150.00 

V. W. Bladen 160.00 

H. Boaschenstein 300.00 

Miss Elizabeth Bowling 50.00 

G. N. Bramfitt 200.00 

P. H. Brieger 150.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Britton 60.00 

Miss M. Brookstone 222.00 

Mrs. D. A. Brown, 2 months 200.00 

Miss Grace Brown 80.00 

G. W. Brown • 280.00 

\V. J. Brown 102.00 



S 14,240.34 



$ 16,705.23 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 141 



K. A. Burgess. $ 10.00 

Canadian Association for Adult Education 1,000.00 

C. Canning 32.50 

Juan Cano 340 . 00 

Miss Olive Cart\vright 400 00 

Community Life Training Institute 850.00 

D. G. Coulton 40.00 

Miss Frances Cowie 300 00 

H. S. M. Co.Keter 720.00 

D. G. Creighton 150 . 00 

J. G. Creighton 38 . 00 

John H. Creighton (travelling expenses, $200.00) 620.00 

A. G. Croal 39 . 00 

F. R. Crocombe 520 00 

T. A. Crowther 30 . 00 

Waclaw Czerwinski 25 . 00 

T. Norman Dean 20 . 00 

Mrs. \'. E. Dearborn 150 . 00 

St. E. de Champ 150 . 00 

D. B. de Lury 200.00 

Miss D. \'. Despard 1,200.00 

J. M. Elson 500.00 

N. J. Endicott 300.00 

Bernard Etkin 40 . 00 

J. G. Falconer 30.00 

E. Fidlar 450.00 

R. D. C. Finch 300.00 

Miss Margaret Finlay 600 . 00 

Mrs. R. Finley 2,400.00 

Dr. Ruth M . Franks 200 . 00 

W. G. Frisby 200 , 00 

A. Frumkin 45 . 00 

W. J. Gardiner 530 . 00 

Miss Dorothy Gatird 1 1 . 00 

R. K. George 187.50 

Thomas B. Godfrey 300 . 00 

T. A. Goudge 30.00 

Mrs. A. I. Graham 1,200.00 

F. R. Griffin ' 10 . 00 

J. W. Hamilton 150.00 

J. E. M. Hancock 220.00 

M iss Rita Harland 40 . 00 

H. G. Harvey 67.00 

K. F. Helleiner 415 . 00 

S. G. Hennessey 220 . 00 

E. W. Hewson 10 . 00 

R. K. Hicks 420 00 

F. S. Hogg 32.00 

Capt. M. Mclntyre Hood 10.00 

F. J. Horwood . .' 200 . 00 

Hospital for Sick Children 60.00 

J. A. Houpert 200.00 

G. \V. Howland ISO . 00 

H. A. Innis , 15.00 

Institute of Child Study 200 . 00 

Miss Elsie Jackes 100 . 00 

\V. J. Jakimiuk 15.00 

C. B. Kay 95,00 

J. D. Ketchum 330,00 

Mrs. Jessie Kidd 300.00 

A. Lacey 10.00 

G. B. Ladner 100 . 00 

L. Laking 150 . 00 

R. R. Langford 420 . 00 

J. E. Laughlin 200 . 00 

Miss Nora Lea 50 , 00 

Miss H. P. Le ■Vesconte 600 . 00 

Miss Lillian Le \'esconte 50.00 

F. I. Lewis 20.00 

H. A. Logan 420.00 

J. A. Long 100.00 

Miss Isabel Loudon 1,200.00 



142 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

H. R. MacCallum $ 430 . 00 

W. J. McCurdy 310.00 

James M . Macdonnell 10 . 00 

D. J. McDougall 398.00 

Ronald A. AIcEachern 10.00 

Dr. Jessie A. McGeachy 120 00 

J. P. McGillivray 224.00 

E. W. Mclnnis 150.00 

J. C. Mclnnis 400^00 

A. T. McLachlan 1,200 00 

G. A. McMullen 200 ' 00 

Miss K. I. McMurrich 600 00 

Mrs. O. G. McNeil 10.00 

Miss E. Martin 200.00 

S. G. Murray 406.00 

Morley Neal 150.00 

G. M. Neff 10.00 

J. A. Newcombe. . . ^ 380.00 

Mrs. Sally Norell 120.00 

Miss R. J. Northcott 300.00 

M . L. Northway 150 . 00 

P. W. Oates 189.50 

Ontario College of Art 700 00 

D. D. Panabaker 100.00 

J. H. Pepper 50^00 

P. A. Petrie 16.50 

Physics Department 300 00 

D. W. Pratt 30.00 

E. J. Pratt 200.00 

D. F. Putnam 75 . 00 

N. W. Radforth 404 . 00 

J- J- Rae 470.00 

Nelson Ribey 150 . 00 

R. G. Riddell 220 ' 00 

K. H. Rogers 200.00 

M iss E. M . Rosengren 50 . 00 

Miss Mary Russell 40.00 

J. H. Ryan 300.00 

E. Stanley Ryerson. 200.00 

H. E. Rykert 10.00 

R. M . Saunders 542 . 00 

School of Nursing 180 00 

H. Shields 27 50 

B. P. Skey - 250.00 

Dr. Florence A. Smith 806 . 00 

V. G. Smith 400'00 

William Smith 50 . 00 

H. G. Soward 20.00 

E. E. Sparrow 10 . 00 

B. M. Springbett 400.00 

Flight Lieut. J. Sproule 10.00 

Gordon G. Steele 200 . 00 

W. Stepniewski 5 . 00 

Milton L. Stokes •. 10.00 

H. Stykolt 5 . 00 

B. P. Sullivan 10.00 

H. Paul Sutton 33 00 

M. D. C. Tait 250.00 

R. T. Tanner 95.00 

T. Tarczynski 10 . 00 

G. Tatham 279'00 

Griffith Taylor 570.00 

Mrs. D. Thompson 150.00 

S. A. Thomson 40 . 00 

N. V. Walker 37.50 

Miss Gertrude Watt 60.00 

B. Wilkinson 75 . 00 

E. T. Williams 100 . 00 

Mrs. F. E. Woodcock ". 1,200.00 ' 

James W. Young (expenses $30.24) 40 . 34 

R. E. Young 15.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 143 



Attendants ($1,240.50): 

W. Banton S 20,00 

F. Borebank 88.40 

Mrs. W. Grace Campbell 13 . 50 

E. Chadwick 71 . 50 

A.Clarke 104.10 

Mrs. Mona A. Colesberry 52 . 50 

Miss Marjorie Drummond 40 . 50 

Robert Evans 51 . 00 

Miss Marion M. Hargreaves 52 . 50 

Miss Bernita Hart 18.00 

H. Hill 9.50 

A. G. Keel 147.50 

Miss Betty Kingston 47 . 50 

Mrs. A. H. Lowe 28.50 

Miss Jovce McClennan 30.00 

J. McCormick 75.00 

J. Marshall 100.00 

Miss D. F. Milner 10.50 

W. J. Scott 66.50 

Miss L. Thompson 43 . 50 

G. Town 25.00 

W. H. Tully 45.00 

G.Turner 16.00 

Arthur Verrall 42.00 

Robert Verrall 42.00 

APPORTIONMENT OF THE FOREGOING 



Travel - 

Instructors Attend- ling Total 
ants Expenses 

Summer Courses $6,922.00 $ 20.00 $ 200.00 $ 7,142.00 

Teachers Classes 5,850.15 140.00 5,990.15 

Correspondence Courses 1 ,995 . 00 1 ,995 . 00 

Evening Tutorial Classes 6,497.35 1,080.50 7,577.85 

Rural Tutorial Classes 1 ,000 . 00 1 ,000 00 

Can. Assoc, for Adult Education. . . 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Short Courses 20.00 20.00 

Occupational Therapy 8,240 . 00 8,240 . 00 

Physiotherapv 8,158.50 8,158.50 

Business Courses 1,235.00 30.34 1.265.34 



Remuneration to Instructors, Attendants, etc., as detailed above $42,3S8.84 

Sundry Expenses: 

Summer Courses: 

University Press, printing and stationery 40.00 

Teachers' Courses ($31.32): 

University Press, stationery 15 . 50 

Accounts under $10.00 (10) 15.82 

Evening Classes ($145.25): 

Ryerson Press, duplex screen 26 . 75 

Toronto Conservatory of Music, piano rental 100.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 9.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 9.50 

Occupational Therapy ($746.00): 

T. Eaton Co., chest of drawers 15.75 

Toronto Association of Occupational Therapy, use of rooms. 475.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $154.13; material, $101.12. . 255.25 

Physiotherapy ($2,913.16): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 9.93 

P. Burns & Co., fuel 41.25 

T. Eaton Co.. curtains in2 nn 

John A. Madsen Manufacturing Co., bars 195.00 

Toronto Board of Education, portable school 2,345.43 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $188.90; material, $92.60. . . 281.50 



144 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Radio Technique: 

Superintendent's Dept., extra cleaning McLennan Laboratory $ 320.00 

Business Courses ($390.27): 

Commerce Journal, partial cost of text books 304.77 

University Press, books 85 . 50 

Books for Loan to Extension Students ($100.23): 

University Medical Publishers 4.68 

University Press 95 . 00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight .55 

Office Expenses ($4,133.79): 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 46.44 

Department of Mining Engineering, stencils 13.75 

D. Gestetner, ink, paper, stencils 1,546.05 

McLennan Laboratory Research Fund, use of microphone. . . 200.00 

Postage 700.00 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection, carbon paper 65.80 

Universitv Press, printing and stationery 1,490. 14 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2)... 14.71 

Sundrv disbursements by Director: telephone, $15.63; sup- 
plies, $3.85; sundries, $2.71 22.19 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $26.11; material, $8.60 34.71 

Extra Clerical Assistance ($1,981.49): 

Mrs. Mona Colesberr\', 12 months 886.83 

Mrs. F. E. Davey, 24 weeks 399 . 50 

Miss Audrev Gilrov, 16 weeks, 5 days 269.33 

Miss Bettv Ham, 8 weeks, 2 days 133 . 33 

Miss Lois Kilby, 22 weeks, 3 days 292.50 

(b) Publicity: 

Advertising and Announcements ($1,727.91): 

Air Force Review 10.00 

Branksome Hall 10.00 

Canadian Association of Social Workers 10.00 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 75.00 

Canadian Churchman 16 . 80 

Canadian Federation of University Women 20.00 

Canadian Medical Association 20.40 

Canadian Physiotheraphy Association 37.50 

Canadian Society of Forestry Engineers 50.00 

"Cap and Gown," Wycliffe College 15.00 

College of Optometry, the Reflex 50.00 

Copp Clark Co 30.00 

Dufferin School Old Boys' Association 15.00 

Echoes, Peterborough Collegiate Institute 38.50 

Educational Courier , . 28.00 

Evening Telegram 164 . 20 

Globe Printing Co 305.80 

Hamilton Normal School 10 . 00 

Harbord Review 12 . 50 

Labour Leader Publishing Co 50 . 00 

Normal School 20.00 

Ontario Bonspiel 25 . 00 

Ontario Educational Association 25 . 00 

Ontario School Trustees and Ratepayers Association 20.00 ' 

Ottawa Normal School 12 . 00 

"The Roleur" 15.00 

"The 3chool," Ontario College of Education 98.00 

Toronto Daily Star 172 . 70 

Transcanada Press 150 . 00 

"The Twig," University of Toronto Schools 12.00 

United Church Publishing House 42.00 

University of Toronto Monthly 60.00 

Wilson Publishing Co 51 . 87 

University Press 25 . 00 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 30.64 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 145 



Issue of University Bulletins, exhibits and other forms of publicity 
($1,814.44): 

Canadian Press Clipping Bureau, service $ 50.00 

Photographic Service, prints, slides 51 .40 

Postage 640.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,073.04 

Travelling Expenses of organizers and speakers: 

W. J. Dunlop 35. 18 

$56,767.88 
Less credits: 

Sale of publications $2,642.45 

Sale of star maps 59 . 17 

Sale of bulletins 19.50 

Sale of mimeograph supplies 1,387.04 

Dominion Government Grant, Personnel Adminis- 
tration Course No. 1 617.98 

Dominion Government Grant, Personnel Adminis- 
tration Course No. 2 428.97 



$ 5,155.11 



XIX. MEN'S RESIDENCES 
Maintenance of Buildings 

(a) University (North, East and South Houses): 

Heat and Light $ 4,880.53 

Fuel: 

P. Burns & Co 113.69 

Water 306.91 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 335.90 

Cleaning and House service $5,653.30): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 401.02 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 5,252.28 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,646.67): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 76.24 

Mrs. Mary Scollick, hemming sheets 9.63 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $928.17; material, $632.63. . 1,560.80 

Caretaker, H. Brown, 12 months 1,400.00 

$14,337.00 
Less heat and light supplied by Central Power Plant 4,880.53 

(b) Univ'ersity College (No. 73 St. George Street): 

Light $ 133.11 

Fuel ($873.76): 

P. Burns & Co 154.55 

Halliday Bros 719.21 

Gas, $9.00; water, $101.22 110.22 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 115.88 

Cleaning and Furnaceman ($2,612.86): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 100. 14 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2,512.72 

Repairs and Renewals ($663.74): 

Robert Simpson Co., curtains 234.43 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $354.66; material, $74.65.. 429.31 

$ 4,509.57 



$ 51,612.77 
$ 68,318.00 



$ 9,456.47 



146 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Less light charged to Central Power Plant $ 133. 11 

Credits: repairs and renewals 12 . 62 

145.73 

$ 4,363.84 



$ 13,820.31 
XX. WOMEN'S RESIDENCES AND UNION 

Maintenance of Buildings 

Whitney Hall: 

Heat and Light $ 4,886.75 

Fuel: 

P. Burns & Co 83.98 

Gas, $378.22; water, $449.59 827.81 

Repairs and Renewals ($2,475.49): 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 18.78 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 34.94 

High Park Window Cleaners 28.00 

John Inglis Co., installing tube, etc 49.60 

Kelvinator Co. of Canada, refrigerator repairs 12.25 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 9 . 50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1,912.19; material, $410.23 2,322.42 

Furnace and Boiler man: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 443.22 

$ 8,717.25 

Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant 4,886.75 

$ 3,830.50 

92 and 94 St. George Street: 

Fuel ($887.25): 

P. Burns & Co $ 145.42 

Halliday Bros 739.56 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 2.27 

Gas, $17.55; electric current, $125.49; water, $73.00 216.04 

Repairs and Renewals ($919.91): 

Central Window Cleaners 7.04 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $700.25; material, $212.62. . 912.87 

Furnace and Boiler man: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 133 . 31 

$ 2,156.51 

86 Queen's Park (Graduate House): 

Fuel ($898.22): 

P. Burns & Co $ 213.70 

Halliday Bros 683.49 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $1.38; material, 40 cents. .. 1.78 

Gas, $26.78; water, $36.09 62 . 87 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,122.08): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son, shades 90.24 

Department of National Defence, jacket heater 72.20 

Ocean Chemicals, fumigating 50.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 5 . 57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $657.98; material, $246.09. . 904.07 

Furnace and Boiler man: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 98.33 

$ 2,182.25 

Less sundry credits 17.05 

$ 2.165.20 

Univ^ersity College Women's Union: 

Heat and Light $ 1,430.02 

Gas, $85.16; water, .$47.65 132.81 

Repairs and Renewals ($1,082.98): 

\'itrolite Products of Canada, vitrolite 40. 18 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 19.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 147 



Superintendent's Dept., labour, $745.28; material, $278.52. . $ 1,023.80 
Caretaker, Leo Cole, 12 months 1.450. 00 

$ 4,095.81 
Less heat and light charged to Central Power Plant SI ,430 . 02 

Credits: repairs and renewals 5.92 „, ^^ 

1 ,435 . 94 



$ 2,659.87 
S 10,812.08 



Housekeeping Account 

(a) Combined General Charges: 
Provisions ($26,884.33) : 

Acme Farmers Dairy, milk $ 2,303 77 

B. Amodeo & Son, fruit and vegetables 4,705.69 

Arcade Florist, flowers om qs 

Barker Bredin Bakeries, bread i' en 

Belle Ewart Ice & Fuel, fuel 87.50 

Betty's Ltd., jam .• ■ J^'il 

Bowes Co., provisions ?cV' o^ 

Canada Bread Co., rolls, etc l^ion 

Canada Dry Ginger Ale, soft drinks '. . . . ^oo ' 97 

Canada Packers, meat 832 . 27 

Christie Brown & Co., biscuits JJ, o\ 

Citv Dairy, milk oT'^n 

Craig's Gold Medal Bakery, cakes \ la 

T. Eaton Co., cakes, vegetables oolsn 

Everist Bros., vegetables oT' kc 

D. Gumpert Co. of Canada Ltd., jelly powder o ylt nt 

Samuel Harris, provisions, meat '91 n fin 

Hart House, eggs on al 

H. J. Heinz Co., canned goods ac 7a 

Harry Home Co., jelly powder oc'ol 

Hudson's Bay Co., vegetables ino 10 

Kraft Cheese, cheese 1 nHo qo 

Lines Ltd., meat 'aisqc 

Maclver Co., provisions Icoa 

McCormick's Ltd., biscuits cni on 

D. Mclntyre & Co., fish a9S7? 

Marshall's Co., provisions o'oA^'nfi 

National Grocers Co.. provisions 'ckcco 

Wm. Neilson Ltd., ice cream cr rc 

Ontario Co-operative Honev Producers, honey 000 iq 

Porter & Black, eggs ^ 333.18 

Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., cofTee Ti a ' «f 

Purity Bread Ltd., bread noi an 

J. M. Schneider Ltd., meat ' =970 

Select Food Products, provisions co ' ^a 

E. D. Smith & Sons, jam, fruit, etc o»-7b 

M. J. Smith, vegetables 85.60 

Watson Food Products, food ^7.00 

George Weston Ltd., biscuits ^.^^-^a 

Wonder Bakeries, bread, etc 1 ftnA79 

York Trading Ltd., provisions ' ,^ H 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 17.67 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson .^y.ZS 

Cleaning and House Service ($10,562.87); 

Cassidy's Ltd., dishes 30.70 

T. Eaton Co., bowls, etc iacoa 

A. Guinness & Co., brushes, serviettes 109= 

Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., butter cutter 00 i a 

Hygiene Products, soap IS ^9 

Robert Simpson Co., linen qn 7n 

Wrought Iron Range Co., utensils q ni 

Accounts under -SIO.OO (3) 47s ' S 

Pay lists, wages of maids, etc ' oq nn 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson . . . •■••■,;,• • a^aTj 

.Superintendent's Dept., labour, $605.61; material, $40.80.. 646.41 



148 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($912.70): 

Auston Manufacturing Co., peeling machine $ 185.00 

Cassidy's Ltd., tumblers, dishes 207.41 

T. Eaton Co., chairs, mats 404. 84 

Gray's Furniture, coffee urn 16.00 

Stacey Electric, washer repairs 26.60 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 24.70 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $46.00; material, $2.15.... 48.15 

Office Supplies, infirmary service, etc. ($121.00): 

T. Eaton Co., stationery, drugs, etc 18.48 

Grand & Toy, desk lamps 14. 15 

Postage. 10.00 

University Press, books and stationery 43.97 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 7. 72 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson 26.68 

Staff Salaries (additional to Dean of Women charged under 
University College General): 

Dietitians (with living allowance valued at $400 each): 

Miss V. R. Murphy, 12 months 1,700.00 

Miss Phyllis West,'l2 months 1,100.00 

Secretary Hostess (with living allowance valued at $400): 

Miss M. Taylor, 12 months 1,000.00 

Nurse Housekeeper (with living allowance valued at $400): 

Mme. Josette Ledoux 1,100.00 

$43,380.90 

Less charged to Women's Union $ 400.00 

Less charged to Whitney Hall 600.00 

— 1,000.00 



(b) University College Women's Union: 
Cleaning and House Service ($1,104.17): 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies, etc $ 23.60 

Maids' wages 611 . 18 

Parisian Laundry 123 . 84 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 27.00 

Turco- Persian Rug, rugs cleaned 13.08 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 26. 76 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson 5.57 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $113.02; material, $160.12. . 273.14 

Furnishings and sundry renewals ($106.60): 

Brown's Upholsters', chairs repaired 36.50 

T. Eaton Co., chairs, mats, etc 51 . 31 

Gray's Furniture, furniture repairs 7.50 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $10.97; material, 32 cents.. 11.29 

Housekeeping — miscellaneous ($41 .05) : 

T. Eaton Co., subscriptions, etc 15 . 70 

Heintzman & Co., tuning piano 7.50 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson 17.85 

Share of Salaries detailed under Combined General Charges 400.00 

(c) Whitney Hall: 

Cleaning and House Service ($5,567.70): 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies $ 53.78 

John Leckie Ltd., laundry bags 36.85 

Maids' wages 3,973.57 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 626. 14 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 245.45 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 8.75 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $143.36; material, $479.80. . 623.16 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($2,030.54): 

Brown's Upholstery, chairs repaired 430. 15 

T. Eaton Co., mats, etc 174.69 

Anthony Foster & Sons, damask 197.84 

Grand & Toy, desk, lamps 17 . 85 



i 



$ 42,380.90 



$ 1,651.82 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 149 



Hoover Co., vacuum cleaner repairs $ 7. 10 

Robert Simpson Co., mattresses, smoking stand 1,140. 17 

H. Smith, chest of drawers 40.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $21.15; material, $1.59 22.74 

Miscellaneous — Piano, Magazines, etc. ($15.65): 

T. Eaton Co., subscriptions 8. 15 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, radio license 2.50 

Heintzman & Co., tuning piano 5.00 

Share of Salaries detailed under Combined General Charges 600.00 



(d) 92 and 94 St. George Street (Hutton House): 
Cleaning and House Service ($1,192.49): 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies $ 21 . 98 

Maids' wages 911 .08 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 109.04 

Turco-Persian Rug. rugs cleaned 12.17 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 9.00 

Sundry disbursements by Miss M. B. Ferguson 18.98 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $16.24; material, $94.00. . . 110.24 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($288.27) : 

Brown's Upholstery, chairs recovered 93.25 

T. Eaton Co., ironing board, etc 30.42 

A. Foster & Sons, material 38 . 58 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 5.90 

Superintendent's Dept., material 120. 12 

Miscellaneous ($5.00): 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, radio license 2.50 

Heintzman & Co., piano tuning 2.50 

Meals for Resident Head 160.00 



$ 8,213.89 



(e) 86 Queen's Park: 

Cleaning and House Service ($1,297.14): 

T. Eaton Co., cleaning supplies, etc $ 6.49 

Maids' wages 822.49 

Parisian Laundry, laundry 53 . 17 

Parker's Dye Works, cleaning 29 . 30 

Robert Simpson Co., rods and fittings 59.50 

Turco-Persian Rug, cleaning rug 13.00 

Sundry disbursements 14.13 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $33.87; material, $265.19.. 299.06 

Furnishings and Sundry Renewals ($138.63): 

Brown's Upholstery, repairing chairs 56.00 

Anthony Foster & Sons, material 1 1 . 33 

Accounts under $10.00 (4) 24.06 

Superintendent's Dept., material 47.24 

Miscellaneous: 

Miss M. B. Ferguson, radio license 2.50 



Less credits: student damages $ 339.01 

napkin rings, keys, etc 6.50 

sale of material 55 . 45 



$ 1,438.27 



400.96 



XXL CENTRAL POWER PLANT 
(a) Operating Expenses: 
Fuel ($115,083.91): 

Great Lakes Coal Co $114,976.37 

Imperial Oil Co 76.88 



$ 1,645.76 



$ 1,037.31 
$ 54,929.68 
$ 65,741.76 



150 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S11.75; material, $18.91. . . $ 30.66 
Hydro-Electric current, $32,453.38; water, $494.95 32,948.33 

Engineer's Supplies, removal of ashes, repairs and renewals and 
miscellaneous items ($13,726.29): 

Aikenhead Hardware, extension ladder 13.62 

Babcock, Wilcox, Goldie & McCulloch, pump repairs 45.62 

Beldham Asbestos Packing Ltd., gaskets, brushes, etc 192.20 

Canadian Charts & Supplies, glass pens, charts 33.08 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., insulag 18.75 

Canadian Gasket Co., gaskets 37.45 

Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., coal analysis 48.00 

Dearborn Chemical Co., treatments 440.89 

Dominion Wheel Foundries, grates 997.40 

Downtown Welding, welding 91 . 70 

Foster Wheeler Ltd., arch plates 217.57 

Garlock Packing Co., rings 87.62 

A. P. Green Firebrick Co., bricks 541 . 49 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co., washers 11.40 

John Inglis Co., boiler repairs 377.53 

McColl Frontenac Oil Co., oil. 396.81 

Robinson Clay Products Co., tile 117.03 

Smart Turner Machine Co., pump repairs 39. 10 

G. F. Sterne & Sons, cement 134.83 

Turnbull Elevator Co., bearing 42 . 78 

United Steel Corporation, bearing repairs 87.67 

University Press, forms 14.58 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 35.17 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $2.05; labour, $8,265.36; 

material, $1,436.59 9,704.00 

(b) Engineers, assistant engineers, firemen and trimmers ($25,606.34): 

Chief Engineer, C. S. Moseley, 12 months 2,900.00 

Assistant Engineers: 

L. McMaster, 12 months and overtime 1,878.07 

W. Smith, 12 months and overtime 1,865.56 

A. Jenkinson, 12 months 1,730.00 

H. C. McLean, 10 months 1,425.00 

W. E. Abbott (on war service from August 1942) 3 months 427. 50 

A. E. McHugh (on war service from August 1940) 60.90 

Firemen at 60 cents to 64 cents per hour: 

Sundry persons 8,837 . 33 

Trimmers, boiler cleaners and pump attendants at 58 cents 
to 64 cents per hour: 

Sundry persons 6,481 . 98 

$187,364.87 

Less credits: sale of cinders, etc 740.02 

$186,624.85 

XXIL MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL 

Bursaries 

Awards to sundry students: 

Faculty of Arts $ 6,700.00 

Faculty of Applied Science 1,071 .00 



$ 7,771.00 



Contingencies 

Chartered Trust and Executor Co., valuation of No. 63 St. George 

Street, $50.00; commission on collection of postponed fees, $42.52 $ 92.52 

Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, engraving medals, etc 31 . 80 

City Treasurer, local improvement taxes, 78 Queen's Park, $92.62; 

119 St. George Street, $13.80 106.42 

Dr. Geo. Coulton, Special Lecturer in History, and Mrs. Coulton, 

assistance towards medical expenses 300 . 00 

Dunlops Ltd., flowers for funerals 57.50 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 151 



King's Printer, portion of cost of printing University Annual Report. . $ 221 .20 

Poppy Fund of Toronto, wreath for Remembrance Day Service 26.00 

Universitv of Toronto, Emplovees Association, donation towards picnic 50.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) . . . ' 7. 50 

Workmen's Compensation: 

Workmen's Compensation Board, to cover allowances to em- 
ployees, etc 1,029.58 

Medical Services for injured employees, etc.: 

St. John's Convalescent Hospital 

Toronto General Hospital 

Toronto Western Hospital 

Dr. N. S. Clark 

Drs. G. E. Richards and A. C. Singleton 

Dr. Roy Thomas 

Dr. Stuart A. Thomson 

Dr. Ralph Wilkins 

Sundry doctors (2) 

Taxis, ambulances, etc ■ " 



69 


.00 


66 


.00 


5 


.00 


10 


.00 


58 


.00 


151 


00 


10 


00 


15. 


00 


4. 


50 


21. 


80 



$ 2,332.82 



Publications and Societies 

Alumni Federation $ 2,500 . 00 

American School of Oriental Research, Bagdad 100.00 

American School of Oriental Research, Jerusalem 100.00 

Association of American Universities 50.00 

British School of Archaeology, Jerusalem 100.00 

Royal Astronomical Society 150.00 

Royal Society of Canada 400.00 

Universities Bureau, London, England 268.76 

Students Administrative Council (re students' lodgings) 100.00 



$ 3,768.76 



Receptions to Societies and University Visitors 

Expenses re sundrj' public lectures ($388.91): 

Prof. M. Barzin $ 43.57 

Canadian Institute of International Affairs 25.00 

Dr. H. W. L. Dana 52.48 

Prof. R. D. C. Finch 44. 97 

Prof. O. Halecki 75 . 00 

Prof. B. Higgins 31 . 00 

Commissioner D. C. Lamb 25 . 00 

Corliss Lamont 41.41 

Ontario Library Association 30 . 00 

Prof. E. J. Simmons 20.48 

Catering on sundry occasions ($399.67): 

Hart House, teas and luncheons, $228.30; sundry guests, $18.10. . 246.40 

York Club, entertainment re Special Convocations, etc 150.77 

Overtime service, Mrs. A. Yates 2 . 50 



$ 788.58 



Travelling Expenses 

President and Academic Staff ($720.03) : 

President H. J. Codv $ 134. 10 

Prof. R. W. Angus. '. 50.00 

Prof. E. A. Arthur 40.00 

Dr. C. A. Corrigan 25.00 

A. B. Fennell 4.55 

Miss Muriel Foster 18. 90 

Dean W. E. Gallie 63.05 

Prof. Duncan Graham 34 . 50 

Prof. S. K. Jaffary 24.30 

Dr. L. F. Krueger 25.00 

Dr. A. D. A. Mason 25.00 

Prof. T. J. Meek 34.96 



152 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



M. A. Peacock $ 24 20 

Dr. H. M. Robb 25.00 

Dr. E. S. Rverson 109 37 

Prof. G. Taylor 82. 10 

Out of town members of the Senate ($473.93) : 

Judge D. J. Cowan 78.80 

Dr. \V. J. Deadman 20 70 

Dr. J. H. Hardy 39.75 

E. D. McGilvray 29.40 

Dr. H. M. Morrow 11.05 

T. M. Mulligan 102.60 

J. P. S. Nethercott 10 . 65 

Dr. J. B. Reynolds 31 . 30 

H. S. Robertson 30 . 80 

W. J. Salter 77 28 

Prof. A. R. Walker 41 60 



XXIII. CAPITAL ACCOUNT CHARGES 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, thirty-fourth 

annual payment on debenture issue of 1909 $25,260.00 

Less portion charged to Ontario College of Education 10,000.00 

$15,260.00 

Toronto General Hospital, thirty-second annual payment on debenture 

issue of 1911, re grant to Toronto General Hospital 15,157.00 

Toronto General Hospital, thirtv-second annual payment on debenture 

issue of 1911, re Old Pathological Building 6,568.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, twenty-eighth annual payment 

on debenture issue of 1915, re Hart House 5,975.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, nineteenth annual payment on 

debenture issue of 1924, re Forestry Building 10,000.00 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, fourteenth annual payment on 

debenture issue of 1929, re Banting Institute 64,193.00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons, interest on liability of $50,000 2,000.00 



XXIV. SPECIAL RESEARCH 

Departmental Appropriations 

(a) Arts: 
Botany: 
Research Assistants ($687.36) : 

C. D. McKeen, 3 months (paid also in Department) $ 175.00 

J. J. Miller, 3 months (paid also in Department). 175.00 

Mrs. G. S. Hillary, at $180; resigned 31 May (paid also in 

Department) 165 . 00 

G. F. D. Duff, 2 months 100.00 

L. Laking, one-half month 35.00 

A. R. A. Taylor, one-half month 30.00 

Miss M. Smith, 28 hours 7.36 

Expenses ($2,203.91): 

American Institute of Physics, reprints 16.79 

American Instrument Co., flasks 113.38 

British Drug Houses, drugs 127.31 

Canadian Laboratory Supply Co., chemicals, glassware 45.08 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., nitrogen, oxygen 44.49 

Central Scientific Co., chemicals, filter paper, etc 216.01 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 185. 14 

Eastman Photographic Stores, chemicals, films, etc 17.23 

T. Eaton Co., pulleys, belts 12.73 

Fisher Scientific Co., heater 12 . 74 

Genetics Laboratory Supplies, specimens 70.83 

D. H. Hamly, wrenches 26. 18 



$ 1,193.96 
$ 15,855.12 



$119,153.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



153 



E. Hoffman Machinery Supply, drill press 

McLennan Laboratory, steel rollers, etc 

Medicine Hat Potteries, flower pots 

Milton-Thompson Electric Co., motor, etc 

National Research Council, reprints 

New Phytologist, reprints 

Robinson Clay Products Co., crocks 

Russill Hardware Co., clamps 

Ryerson Film Service, film 

Safety Supply Co., chemical respirators 

Robert Simpson Co., hardware 

Telfer Paper Box Co., filing cases 

Tomsert Contractors, loam, fertilizer 

Toronto Envelope Co., envelopes 

Fred Wood, drying trays 

Travelling and collecting expenses: 

H. S. Jackson 

L. C. Coleman 

Accounts under $10.00 (21) 

Sundry disbursements by department 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S299.84; material, $102.90. 



122.70 
42.00 
76.68 
31.25 
75.00 
17.04 
15.80 
23.86 
47.88 
29.60 
22.91 
64.15 
91.50 
24.30 
76.00 



15.67 
12.60 

114.32 
10.00 

402.74 



Zoology: 

Research Assistants (Sessional — $2,950.50): 

Miss G. Giles $ 600.00 

J. H. Folwell (paid also in Department) 500.00 

J. C. Hall 500.00 

Miss B. Bott, at $400, and 4 weeks at $12.50 450.00 

L. G. Monteith 400.00 

L. P. Chiasson, 3 months 270 . 00 

Miss A. M. Ironside 142.50 

Miss M. Marriott, 1 month (paid also in Department) 88.00 

Expenses ($1,020.87): 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 10.50 

Central Scientific Co., filter paper, etc 90.66 

T. Eaton Co., lettuce, meat 17. 12 

Faurot Protective Identification System, inkless pads, paper 50.21 

R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., sawdust 29.00 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., feed 100.44 

Postage 12 . 00 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 256 . 46 

J. Frank Raw Co., duplex slide rule 13 . 55 

Spadina Road Pharmacy, films 47.80 

Toronto Radio & Sports Co., refrigerator 315.00 

Accounts under $10.00 (12) 68.13 

Sundry^ disbursements by department 10.00 

Fisheries Research: $3,971.37 

Research Assistants ($1,519.08): 

F. E. J. Fry, at $1,250 (also in Department) on War Service. 

R. R. Langford, 12 months (paid also in Department 1,250.00 

Mrs. Virginia S. Black, 21,^ weeks, at $12.50 269.08 

Expenses ($2,307.33): 

American Wildlife Institute, reprints 34. 76 

A. E. Black, metric micrometers 25 . 00 

Borden Co., klim 46.94 

British & American Motors Ltd., motor repairs 55.51 

Department of Lands and Forests, motor boat 200.00 

National Research Council, reprints 40.20 

Troyer Natural Science Service, fish 84 . 00 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) ._ . 27.42 

Sundry disbursements by department: car expenses, gas, oil, 
etc., $276.65; provisions, $818.47; living expenses and 
cook's wages, $350.34; hardware and lumber, $174.55; 

travelling expenses, $106.69; postage and sundries, $53.30 1,780.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 13.50 



$ 2,891.27 



$ 7,797.78 



154 



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No. 12 



Less sundry credits $ 19.08 

Less paid by Dominion Government 520.50 



$ 539.58 



(c) Applied Science: 

Applied Physics: 

E. L. Dodington, Research Assistant, 5 months (paid also in 
Department) 



$ 7,258.20 



(b) Medicine: 

Experimental Medical Research: 

Salaries ($3,420.00): 

W. Cowan, Chief Technical Assistant $ 1,800.00 

L. Hughes, Laboratory Assistant 840.00 

F. Hughes, Animal Caretaker 780.00 

Expenses ($1,716.92): 

Abbott Laboratories Ltd., pentothal, etc 129.37 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 73.41 

Cullen & Sons, animals 136.50 

Eugene Factory Service of Canada, animal clipper 39.03 

Ingram & Bell, gloves, syringes, needles, etc 207.95 

F. Jennings, sawdust 50.00 

John McGillian, vegetables 120.00 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 518. 13 

Ross-Miller Biscuit Co., dog biscuits 71 . 94 

Accounts under $10.00 (3) 12.90 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $59.22; material, $298.47.. 357.69 

$ 5,136.92 

Charged to Dunlap Bequest $3,500.00 

Charged to Reeve Bequest 500 00 

4,000.00 



$ 1,136.92 



875.00 



Chemical Engineering: 

Research Assistants ($2,550.00): 

W. G. MacElhinney, 5 months (paid also in Department). . 825.00 

E. T. Williams, 5 months (paid also in Department) 825.00 

J. G. Breckenridge, 3 months (paid also in Department). . . . 525.00 

B. Marks, 2 months, 1 week 375.00 

Expenses ($785.68): 

Aikenhead Hardware, saw 83. 50 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware 118.73 

Central Scientific Co., thermometers, filter paper, etc 38.46 

Macy Machinery Co., saws 72.50 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 1 . 77 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $13.86; freight, $181.86; 

labour, $139.80; material, $135.20 470.72 

Civil Engineering — Surveying and Geodesy ($1,125.00): 

T. L. Rowe, Research Assistant, 3 months (paid also in Dept.) 450.00 
H. v. Steer, Mechanician, 4'i months (paid also in Depart- 
ments of Applied Physics and Civil Engineering — Sur- 
veying and Geodesy) 675 . 00 

Electrical Engineering: 
Expenses: 

Canadian General Electric Co., switches 5. 19 



Mechanical Engineering: 
Salaries ($720.00): 

G. H. D. Martin, 2 months, 1 week (paid also in Department) 



R. R. Service, 2 months. 



370.00 
350.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 155 



Expenses ($191.47): 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., corkboard S 15.08 

C. Straus, plaster repairs 10.00 

Accounts under SIO.OO (4) 17.16 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $132.20; material, $17.03.. 149.23 

Publications, Clerical Assistance ($188.08): 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, reprints 26.64 

Miss D. Birkett, extra clerical assistance 75.00 

National Research Council of Canada, reprints 23.94 

University Press, printing and binding 59.86 

Superintendent's Dept., freight 2 . 64 

$ 6,440.42 

Charged to Wallberg Bequest 6,440.42 



(d) Dentistry-: 

H. K. Box. Research Professor, half-time $ 3,500.00 

A. Fenton. Laboratory Technician, Periodontology (paid also 

$175 from Dental Research Fund) 1,500.00 



Banting and Best Department of Medical Research 

(a) Banting Research: 

C. H. Best, Professor (paid also $6,000 in Physiology) $ 5,000.00 

Professors of Medical Research: 

G. E. Hall, at $5,000; on War Service; contribution to T.I. & 

A.A 200 . 04 

H. C. Bazett, at $8,000 in United States funds 8,880.00 

Associate Professors: 

W. R. Franks, at $3,700; less refund of $3,700 on account of 

R.C.A.F. stipend 

C. C. Lucas 3,500.00 

D. A. Irwin, at $3,800; resigned 28 February 2,533.34 

Lady Banting, widow of Sir Frederick Banting, allowance 2,000.00 

Research Associates: 

J. E. Goodwin, at $2,900; wartime bonus, $100 3,000.00 

S. F. Macdonald, at $2,500 from 1 November to 31 January — 
$625.00 plus $27.50 additional allowance and $41.25 

wartime bonus 693 . 75 

A. MacDonald (part-time; paid also in Faculty of Medicine) 365.00 

Research Assistants: 

J. M. R. Beveridge, 7 months at $1,700; 5 months at $1,900; 

wartime bonus $139.17 1,922.51 

J. B. Bateman, 9 months at $1,600; 3 months at $1,400-$1,550 

and $130 wartime bonus (paid also $850 from special 

funds) 1,680.00 

Miss J. M. Lang, at $1,500; wartime bonus $125 1,625.00 

D. C. O'Connell, 6 months at $1,200; 6 months at $1,600; 

wartime bonus $120 1 ,520 . 00 

J. H. W. Willard, from 1 September at $1,500; wartime bonus 

$104.16 1,354. 16 

Miss M. M. Shaw, 10 months full time at $1,320; 2 months 

part-time at $660; wartime bonus $107.67 (paid also 

$118.42 from special funds) 1,317.67 

M. L. Bunker, 6 months; wartime bonus $50.50 (paid also $500 

in School of Physical and Health Education) 570.50 

C. Von Seeman, 2 months at $1,650; wartime bonus $22.08. . 297.08 

A. J. Chechalk, 2 months; wartime bonus $22.74 256.74 

Temporary: 

E. F. Thompson 80.00 

D. Eraser 77.00 

R. Jamieson 38 . 50 



$ 5,000.00 
$ 16,286.39 



156 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

On War Service: 

L. B. Macpherson 

N. R. Stephenson 

Research Fellows: 

Miss E. Melrose, at $1,480; wartime bonus $122.73 $ 1,602 74 

C. S. McArthur, 2 months at $800; 10 months at $1,200; 
wartime bonus $85.84; (paid also $800 in Faculty of 
xMedicine) 1,219. 18 

Mrs. Rosemary' B. Hawkins, 3 months at $80; wartime bonus ^ 
$23; (paid also $132 from Medical Research Best Funds 
and $720 from Special Funds) 263.00 

Assistants: 

Miss M. K. O'Grady, at $1,080; wartime bonus $104 1,184.00 

Miss A. J. Carmichael, at $1,200 from 1 September; wartime 

bonus $91.66 1,091.66 

Mrs. Marion McNeely, at $780 from 1 September; wartime 

bonus $65 715 . 00 

Miss E. Speers, at $1,140; resigned 10 October; wartime bonus 

$29.72 346.39 

C. R. Cowan, Senior Technical Assistant and Controller, at 

$2,500; on war service; contribution to pension fund. . . 75.00 

Technicians: 

M. C. Wyand, at $1,600 from 12 August; wartime bonus 

$115.31 1,534.67 

H. M. Douglas, at $1,260; wartime bonus $113 1,373.00 

F. \V. Dunn, at $720; wartime bonus $72 792.00 

T. Lennox, at $720; wartime bonus $72 792.00 

C. Cassie, at $720; resigned 28 February; wartime bonus $48 528.00 

G. Parkes, at $1,300; on war service from September; wartime 

bonus $38.33 495 . 50 

J. R. Williamson, at $1,200; resigned 30 September; wartime 

bonus $27.50 327.50 

Emerick Roakes, temporary 242 . 47 

G. Annis, 22 days at $55; wartime bonus $3.90 42. 90 

On War Service: 

L. C. Brock, at $1,440; on war service; contribution to 

Pension Fund 39 . 60 

J. E. Walker, at $1,200; on war service; contribution 

to Pension Fund 30 . 00 

Technical Assistants: 

Mrs. Gladys Steele, at $800; wartime bonus $80 880.00 

C. R. Shorney, at $1,080 from 15 August to 28 February; 

wartime bonus $56.76 646. 11 

C. Stiles, 2 months at $55; from 1 September to 22 March at 

$60; wartime bonus $50.02 550. 20 

Miss L. Fairnie, at $80 from 14 January to 19 June; wartime 

bonus $41.07 451 . 74 

A. Greig, at $720; resigned 31 August; wartime bonus $12. . 132.00 

Temporary: 

S. Olyan 95 . 64 

Miss A. R. Grant 49.89 

W. Hardie 12 . 85 

Mrs. Alison Moffitt, Laboratory Attendant, at $720; wartime 

bonus $72. 792.00 

Miss B. Fearnside, Laboratory Assistant, at $55 per month from 

24 March; wartime bonus $17.92 197. 12 

Miss E. L. Mahon, Secretary, at $1,250; wartime bonus $112.50. . 1,362.50 
Miss M. L. Wilkinson, Secretarial Assistant and Librarian, at 

$1,080; wartime bonus, $104 1,184.00 

Secretarial Assistants: 

Miss M. J. Millar, at $1,140; wartime bonus $107 1,247.00 

Miss F. F. Herbert, at $1,000; wartime bonus $100 1,100.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 157 



Expenses (S2 1.500.22): 

Abbott Laboratories, chemicals $ 68 . 42 

Aikenhead Hardware, hardware 24. 10 

Allen Manufacturing Co., laundry 198.02 

American Society of Biological Chemists, subscription 27.75 

W. Banton, tvping and mimeographing, 39 hours at 50 cents per 

hour....; 19.50 

Barker-Bredin Bakeries, bread 85.44 

Bond Engineering Works, brackets, etc 143.06 

Borden Co., dry ice 52 . 62 

British Drug Houses, casein, gelatine 308. 12 

Cambridge University Press, reprints 16.55 

Canada Colours and Chemicals Ltd., chemicals 91 . 18 

Canada Packers, meat, etc 15 . 56 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamp holder, motor, etc 113.53 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware 868. 17 

Canadian Medical Association, reprints 34.00 

Canadian National Telegraphs 18 . 81 

Canadian Pacific Railway, telegrams 114.45 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., mirrors 12.05 

Carbo Ice (Ontario), dry ice 84.53 

Carnahan's Ltd., drugs 16.98 

Carswell Co., books 28.62 

Walter A. Carveth & Co., f^lm. masks 132.00 

Central Scientific Co., glassware, chemicals, etc 2,330.21 

R. H. Chappell, glassblowing 90.90 

Connaught Laboratories, rats, etc 403.83 

Consolidated Optical Co., lenses 29.40 

Corbett-Cowley, coats 187 . 14 

E. Cullen & Son, animals 586.84 

Delamere & Williams, pump, etc 1,000.00 

Eastman Kodak Co., chemicals 623.83 

Eastman Photographic Stores, plates, etc 611 .96 

T. Eaton Co., rulers, desk lamp, sugar, etc 504.06 

C. Emmett, animals 235.20 

Envelope Folders Ltd., folders 16.50 

Fuller Brush Co., brushes 15 . 32 

General Office Furniture Co., desk, chairs 62 . 00 

Grand & Toy, paper, typewriter stand 104. 45 

Gutta Perch'a Rubber Co., eye glass shields, etc 77. 12 

J. Haldane, overtime services 13.00 

Hamilton Health Association, reprints 38.80 

J. F. Hartz & Co.. drugs, etc 30.84 

Hobbs Glass Co., plexiglass 10.49 

Hynson Westcott & Dunning, drugs 11.28 

Imperial Optical Co., pliers, etc 19.25 

Ingram & Bell, bandages, syringes, needhes, etc 728.02 

Insulin Committee, rabbits 12.00 

Invisible Lens Inc., glasses 603.56 

Johnson Office Furniture Co., chair, cabinet, etc 71 .50 

Johnston Industrial Plastics Ltd., plastics 90.85 

Kern Co., negocoU, etc 42.09 

S. Lightfoot & Sons, vegetables 40 . 25 

Lockhart's Camera Exchange, filter, etc 23.65 

McCutcheon's Camera Shop, bulbs, film, etc 70.46 

McKague Chemical Co., chemicals 11.28 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, petroleum, alcohol 38.43 

Merck & Co., chemicals 112.84 

Metallic Roofing Co., installations and repairs 390.00 

Mimeograph Co., stencil paper 17.73 

C. V. Mosby Co.. reprints 14.86 

Munson Supply Co., keys 15.00 

National Research Council, reprints 11.00 

Northern Electric Co., transformer 32.67 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cards, folders 21 .90 

Paragon Testing Laboratories, acid 23. 15 

Postage 200.60 

Queen City Glass Co 21 . 22 

Ralston Purina Co., feed 327 . 39 

Remington Rand Ltd., reconditioned typewriter 65.00 

Renco Therapeutic Co., evaporator repairs 150.00 



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No. 12 



(b) 



Renold-Coventr>', reducer, spin gears $ 68. 33 

Richards Glass Co., jars 22 . 70 

Risebrough & Jackson, feed 38. 69 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 37.20 

Rohm & Haas Co., plastic plexiglass 89. 19 

E. S. Ruddy Co., transformers, tubing, etc 25.43 

Ryerson Press, ampro model 410 . 00 

Safety Supply Co., goggles 54. 80 

Frank Sercombe, animals 17.50 

Fred Shorney, cover glasses, film 21 . 32 

Robert Simpson Co., camera, coveralls, etc 343.08 

John S. Steele, reprints 12 . 00 

Toronto Elevators Ltd., feed 274.47 

Toronto Hydro- Electric System, fan 41 . 80 

Waverley Press, reprints 17.25 

Wholesale Radio Co., resistors, plugs, switches, etc 194.83 

John Wyeth Bros., drugs 122.50 

Travelling Expenses: 

D. A. Irwin 48. 46 

C. R. Shorney 321 . 32 

J. H. Ridout 92 . 69 

A. E. MacDonald 63 . 93 

J. E. Goodwin 188.04 

University Press 769 . 59 

Accounts under $10.00 (44) 243 . 47 

Sundry disbursements by department: hardware, $60.77; station- 
ery and drugs, $56.74; sundries, $35.35; telephone and tele- 
grams, $3.77; car tickets and transportation, $20.25; ice and 

food supplies, $38.12 215.00 

Superintendent's Dept., telephone, $302.89; freight, etc., $248.16; 

labour, .$2,391.31; material, $1,585.44 4,527.80 

Contribution to Pension Fund 627.50 

$79,807.17 

Credited from Banting Research Foundation $16,000.00 

Rockefeller Foundation — Psychiatry 3,250.00 

Silicosis Committee 5,000.00 

Richard Stephen Creagh Bequest 176 . 64 

C. H. Best, return of Naval stipend 3,800.00 

Sale of material 383 . 40 

Charged to Insulin Committee Grants 46,197. 13 

74,807.17 



Best Research: $5,000.00 

Physiology: 

D. Y. Solandt, Associate Professor (paid also in Faculty of Medi- 

cine and in School of Hygiene) $ 300 . 00 

R. E. Haist, Assistant Professor (paid also in School of Hygiene and 

in School of Physical and Health Education) 1,700.00 

E. Fidlar, Lecturer and Research Associate (paid also in Faculty 

of Medicine) 300 . 00 

Research Assistants: 

S. B. Raska, at $1,620, and $75 additional allowance; wartime 

bonus $131 1,826.00 

Miss M. S. .Moorhouse, at $1,020; wartime bonus, $101 1,121.00 

W. S. Hoar, part-time $744.34; wartime bonus $54.70 (paid 

also $1,432.31 in Faculty of Medicine) 799.04 

M.J. Wilson, 4 months (paid also .$400 in Faculty of Medicine) 400.00 

Miss H. J. Bell, at $300; portion of wartime bonus $25 (paid 

also $1,200 in Faculty of Medicine) 325.00 

Arno E. Town, honorarium 388.50 

Miss D. Ursula Dale, at $120; wartime bonus $12 (paid also 

$900 in Faculty of Medicine) 132 . 00 

Mrs. Rosemary B. Hawkins, Fellow, at $120; wartime bonus $12 
(paid also $720 from special funds and $263 from Medical 
Research Banting Fund) 132 . 00 

F. L. Robinson, Head of Technical Staff, at $500; wartime bonus 

$33 (paid also $2,000 in Faculty of Medicine) 533.00 



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Technical Assistants: 

D. E. McLeod, at $19 per week, $991.18; wartime bonus 

$99.13 

Mrs. A. I. Laing, at $950; wartime bonus $95 

Mrs. Ivy Scott, at $780; wartime bonus $78 

Mrs. J. M. Williamson, at $780 less $24.32 paid by Workmen's 

Compensation Board — $755.68; wartime bonus $78. . . . 
Miss R. A. Riggs, at $800, resigned 30 April; wartime bonus 

$66.67 

A. J. Stonyer, at $480; wartime bonus $48 (paid also $669.68 

from special funds) • 

C. Scattergood, at $875; on war service; contribution to pen- 
sion fund 

Temporary Technical Assistants, at $14 to $19 per week and war- 
time bonus: 

J. Wright, 42 weeks, 1 day 

J. Wigglesworth, 28 weeks, 3 days 

R. Oreig, 25 weeks, 3 days 

B. Lentine, 15 weeks, 1 day 

Miss M. Edson, 14 weeks, 2 days 

Miss A. G. Macdonald, 13 weeks, 3 days 

P. G. Hopperton, 9 weeks, 4 days 

Miss M. Thornhill, 13 weeks, 3 days 

C. E. Caron, 8 weeks, 5 days 

D. C. Roberts, 6 weeks, 5 days 

Miss P. Macnab, 5 weeks, 5 days 

Mrs. F. Lutton, 3 weeks. 3 days 

R. Fletcher, 3 days ■ • 

J. D. Illingworth, Temporary Assistant Animal Caretaker (paid 
also $147.50 in Faculty of Medicine) 

Miss D. M. Secord, Secretarial Assistant (paid also $1,250 in 
Faculty of Medicine) 

Physiological Hygiene: 

Dr. Jessie H. Ridout, at $2,500 from 1 November, $1,666.67; war- 
time bonus $110 (transferred from Connaught Laboratories) 

J. Scattergood, Technical Assistant, at $1,150; on war service; 
contribution to pension fund 



Expenses ($11,605.41): 

Canadian Electrical Supply Co., batteries 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., belting, drills 

Canadian General Electric Co., lamp receptacles 

Canadian Kodak Sales, filters 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, chemicals, glassware, etc 

Central Scientific Co.. glassware, chemicals 

Connaught Laboratories, animals, etc 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., eye test charts .■ • • • 

Coulter Copper & Brass Co., blood plasma vacuum drying units. . 

E. CuUen & Sons, animals • • 

Delamere & Williams Ltd., ice making evaporator (to be paid by 

Government Grant, see 1943-44) 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd., meat, vegetables, ink, etc 

Film Art, motion pictures 

F. W. Fisher Co., filing cases 

General Films Ltd., films 

Ingram & Bell, chemicals, syringes, etc 

Kelley Feed & Seed, feed 

Laidlaw Lumber Co., lumber 

N. Langmuir Manufacturing Co., plates 

Richards Glass Co., glassware 

Charles C. Thomas Co., reprints 

Triplett Electrical Instrument Co., microammeters 

Weston Electric In.strument Corporation, photronic cells, etc.. . . 

Fred J. Whitlaw & Co., clinitest sets 

Wholesale Radio Co.. tubes, switches, etc 

University Press, stationery 

Accounts under $10.00 (8) 



1.090.31 

1,045.00 

858.00 

833.68 

733.34 

528.00 

21.90 



742.14 
475.22 
448.80 
266.95 
264.00 
237 . 60 
222 . 95 
210.48 
174.90 
120.27 
108.54 
74.25 
7.70 

18.88 

150.00 



1,776.67 
31.65 



$ 16,589.45 









$ 18,397.77 


28, 


,38 


62 


,63 


160 


,20 


102 


60 


337 


,88 


839 


,53 


211 


.11 


70 


,56 


600 


00 


915. 


80 


. 1.000 


.00 


526 


95 


226 


,97 


72 


52 


360 


00 


606 


,20 


927 


,20 


26 


,11 


37 


,20 


99 


,12 


22 


,94 


51 


,02 


481 


.80 


105 


,00 


505 


,35 


46 


,90 


29 


30 



160 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Travelling expenses: 

C. H. Best $ 511.07 

D. Y. Solandt 209 . 64 

L. B. Jacques 48.36 

W. S. Hoar 29.45 

R. E. Haist 36.70 

J. B. Bateman 86.74 

A. E. McDonald 187 . 43 

W. A. Feasby 47.38 

W. G. Eggleton 83.08 

Ruth C. Partridge 29.60 

C. R. Shorney 34 . 10 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S117.64; labour, $170.70; ma- 
terial, $1,346.50 1,634.84 

Contribution to Pension Fund 213.75 

$30,003.18 

Sale of Naval equipment, etc $3,041 . 40 

Charged to Insulin Committee Grants 21,961.78 

25,003.18 



$ 5,000.00 



APPENDIX III. 
University Press 



Ledger Balances (net) as at 30th June, 1942: 

Contingent Reserve Account 

Surplus Account 



Transactions for the year ending 30th June, 1943 

Receipts from the Press, Book Department and Publications $316,813.65 

Expenditures (including plant purchased and charged 

to Surplus Account) $312,042.00 

Grant to Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto 2,500 . 00 

314,542.00 



$ 10,000.00 
$ 26,286.39 



$ 7,246.08 
19,099.94 

$ 26,346.02 



Note 

The above figures cover the accounts passing through the Bursar's 
Office. Supplementary thereto the Acting Manager of the Press had 
on hand on the 30th June, 1943, as shown by his records, inventories, 
etc., (including work in progress) $66,871.48; accounts receivable 
(less reserve) $23,967.87 less sundry liabilities (net) $9,716.55, making 
with the above cash balance of $28,617.67 a total surplus over liabili- 
ties of $110,065.55. 



$ 2,271.65 
$ 28,617.67 



Details of Expenditure 

Salaries and Wages, including Wartime Bonus, ($109,552.79): 

A. Gordon Burns, Manager, at $4,800.00; on war service from 1 

July to 15 September and from 1 December $ 1,112.50 

W. J. Dunlop, Acting Manager, (paid also $5,500.00 as Director of 

University Extension and Publicity) 1,200.00 

Miss E. M. Walker, Secretary 2,327.25 

Clerks: 

Miss I. E. McTaggart 1,698.75 

Mrs. Ellen W. Buzek 1.310.00 

Miss N. Reany 1,310.00 

Miss M. Storey, at $1,200.00; on war service from February. 991 .50 

Mrs. Florence Friendship 1,231 . 25 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 161 



Miss R. Buchan $ 1,178.75 

Miss R. Mitchell 1.152.50 

Miss C. Carroll 1,126.25 

Miss M. MacMurray 1,017.50 

George Edwards, Caretaker 1,730.00 

Pay lists, wages of employees 92,166.54 

Editorial Services ($3,897.50): 

Mrs. Alison Hewitt, General Editor .$ 2,097.50 

Mrs. M. L. Bladen 50.00 

V. W. Bladen 415 . 00 

A. Brady 100.00 

G. W. Brown 400 . 00 

P. Child 200.00 

S. D. Clark 10.00 

D. G. Creighton 175.00 

W. P. M. Kennedy 250 00 

R. G. Riddell. . . . ' 25.00 

Miss E. M . Rosengren 25 . 00 

A. S. P. Woodhouse 150.00 

Payments to contributors to publications 280.00 

Payments of royalties and returns from sales 6,491 .81 

Supplies and general operating expenses ($75,123.39): 

Acco Canadian Co., binders, plastic screws, etc 418.60 

Aikenhead Hardware, padlocks, scissors, etc 69. 17 

Alexander & Cable, lithographing 140.00 

Art Metropole, protractors, pencils, etc 102.03 

Barber Ellis of Canada Ltd., stationery 1,395.31 

Blackhall & Co., bookbinding '. 157.32 

Border Brokers, brokerage, duty, etc 5,997.30 

Bostitch Canada Ltd., staples 100.00 

R, Bourne & Son, covers 127.80 

Brigden's Ltd., printing 218.35 

J. R. Brooks, music paper 45.50 

Brown Bros. Ltd., stationery, etc 2,626. 11 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., paper 305.34 

Buntin, Reid Co., paper, etc 3,932. 76 

Charles Bush Ltd., ink, paper 1,031.36 

Bernard Cairns, rubber stamps 34 . 28 

Canadian Carbon & Ribbon Co.. carbon, etc 257.20 

Canadian Label & Webbing Co., tape 27.51 

Canadian Linotype Ltd., repairs 1 ,892 . 56 

Canadian Metal Co., metal 1,310.26 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., telegrams 45.03 

Canadian Paper Wholesale Ltd., paper 252.39 

Carbon Paper Service Bureau, carbon 36. 79 

Carroll's Canadian Metals, metal 81 . 70 

Eugene E. Carroll Co., grinding knives 43. 15 

Hamilton Cassells, K.C., legal services 32.00 ' 

Central Scientific Co., scalpels, cases, etc 334.03 

Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth & Nash, auditor's remuneration. . . . 140.00 

Cooper & Beatty Ltd., composition 296.98 

Copp Clarke Co., binders, etc 231 . 02 

A. R. Davev & Co., card trays, etc ■ 27. 52 

Delanev & Pettit, glue, etc 149 . 50 

W. R. b'Eye Paper Pads, pads 265. 18 

Walter Dickinson & Co., leads, tape 366.71 

Di.xon Pencil Co., pencils 62. 74 

Dominion Blank Book Co., covers, etc 493 . 25 

Dominion Envelope Co., envelopes 76.06 

Dominion Paper Box Co., cores 67.42 

Eagle Pencil of Canada, pencils 295. 19 

Eclipse Fountain Pen & Pencil Co., pens 50.70 

E. B. Eddy Co., paper 5,636.84 

Elliott Addressing Machine Co., stencils, servicing 67.41 

Eversharp Canada Ltd., pens, repairs, etc 96. 16 

W. J. Gage & Co., examination books, paper, etc 5.816.65 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils 96. 12 

Grand & Toy, ledger sheets, indexes, etc 185. 11 

Graphic Engravers, engraving 1,705.00 



162 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Fred W. Halls Paper Co., paper $ 288.40 

G. A. Hardie & Co.. flannelette 70. 16 

W. E. Hardman Co., paper ruling 113.75 

Harris, Seybold, Potter Ltd., cutter and stitcher repairs 48.40 

Henderson Bros. Ltd., paper ruling, slides 509.20 

C. H. Johnson & Son, cartage 705.25 

Keuffel & Esser Co., slide rules 31 . 85 

Lackie Manufacturing Co., pins, etc.. 43.20 

The Levis, wipers 229. 17 

Luckett Loose Leaf Ltd., covers, etc 2,216.46 

Lumley & Hewitt, paper ruling and punching 29.25 

Meredith, Simmons & Co. Ltd., paste 26.00 

Might Directories Ltd., city directory 41 . 11 

Mono-Lino Typesetting Co., linotyping, stickers 652. 12 

Monotype Co. of Canada, brackets, valve, etc 732.71 

Moore Type Foundry Ltd., rule, leads, etc 139.69 

Murray Printing Co. Ltd., typesetting 486. 10 

National Metal Co., metal 151 . 80 

Nichols Advertisers Ltd., pads 76.46 

O. J. Ouellette Cie.. keyboard paper 322.20 

Parker Fountain Pen Co.. pens, repairs 445.37 

B. A. Phillips Ltd., pennants, crests 283.97 

Photo Engravers & Electrotypers Ltd., halftones 310.77 

Provincial Paper Ltd., paper, enamel 11,470.69 

Raine Engraving Co., dies, etc 55.08 

Ratcliff Paper Co. Ltd., paper, twine 32 . 24 

L. A. Reeves Ink Co. (Canada) Ltd., ink 39.50 

Reliable Electric Co., motor repairs 81 . 70 

Reliance Engravers Ltd., zincs, halftones 2,060.94 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance, etc 170.45 

Roneo Co. of Canada Ltd., stencils, etc 29.25 

T. Sanderson, pads 52.00 

Savoy & Sons, envelopes, paper 207.07 

Service Linotyping Co., linotyping 109.47 

W. A. Sheaffer Pen Co. of Canada Ltd., pens, repairs 76.22 

Simonds Canada Saw Co., paper knives, etc 220.27 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Ltd., paper 919.70 

N. Smith Belting Works Ltd., belting 91 . 76 

Standard Embossing Co. Ltd., letterheads, etc 370.70 

Stephen Sales Ltd., ink, stencils 526.05 

Toronto Envelope Co. Ltd., envelopes 1,456.93 

Toronto Graphic Arts Association, dues, etc 687.00 

Toronto-St. Catharines Transport Co., cartage 226.55 

Toronto Type Foundry Co. Ltd., wire, etc 193.71 

Typographic Service Ltd., typesetting 62.00 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., ribbons, etc 87.05 

United Paper Mills Ltd., paper, etc 5,762.86 

Universal Thread Co., thread 106.47 

Venus Pencil Co., pencils 69.59 

\'ictoria Paper & Twine Co. Ltd., paper, twine, etc 414.96 

X'isible Records Ltd., rules 285 . 77 

L. E. Waterman Co. Ltd., ink, pens, repairs 771 .39 

Whyte Hook Paper Co., cloth, foil, etc 780.47 

Wilson Munroe Co. Ltd., cover paper, etc 2,099.21 

'S'ork Electrotvpers, electros 87 . 71 

Accounts under $25.00 (61) 425.50 

Books, etc. ($78,137.45): 

Academic Press ^0 . 11 

Academy Book Store 351 . 17 

Thos. Allen Ltd H^of 

Allyn & Bacon Socn 

American Chemical Society oot n? 

American Institute of Steel Construction 225.00 

American Journal of Physiology 52.85 

American Library Association 74.31 

American Medical Association 181 •'*' 

Animated Fusion Training Chart Co 34.85 

Annual Reviews Inc 108.75 

D. Appleton-Century Co 2,148.07 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 



163 



Baker, \'oorhis & Co S 45 . 68 

Barnes & Noble Inc 304.69 

Blakiston Co 646 . 14 

Blue Ribbon Books Ltd 37 . 50 

Book Shop Medical Field Service School 63.00 

British Medical Journal 45 . 60 

Bureau of Publications 64.60 

Burgess Publication Co \ 33 . 00 

Butterworth & Co. (Canada) Ltd 29 . 30 

Callaghan & Co 32 . 20 

Canada Law Book Co. Ltd 35 . 80 

Canadian Association for Adult Education 70. 74 

Canadian Dental Research Foundation 86.40 

Canadian Geographical Society 29.00 

Canadian Institute of International Affairs 29. 16 

Canadian Nurses Association, reprints 93.90 

Canadian Pharmaceutical Association 112 . 50 

Canadian Political Science Association 43.50 

Carswell Co. Ltd 210. 17 

Cassell & Co. Ltd 106 . 52 

Jacques Cattell Press 59 . 04 

W. & R. Chambers 73 . 90 

Chemical Publishing Co 42 . 46 

Chemical Rubber Co 333 . 00 

J. & A. Churchill Ltd 187.36 

Clarke Irwin & Co. Ltd 2,903.75 

College Book Co 41 . 19 

Wm. Collins Sons & Co 1 1 1 . 44 

Columbia University Press 139 . 50 

Commonwealth Fund 51 . 22 

Copp Clarke Co 3,050 . 64 

John P. Craig 63.70 

Wm. Dawson Subscription Service 401 . 66 

J. M. Dent & Sons (Canada) 705.70 

Walter Dickinson & Co. Ltd 64. 79 

Dodd, Mead & Co 407.08 

Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd 38 69 

E. P. Dutton & Co 33.30 

T. Eaton Co. Ltd 42.09 

Les Editions \'arietes 56.25 

Edwards Bros 572 . 43 

Farrar & Reinhart 56.27 

Forest Press 268. 10 

W. J. Gage & Co. Ltd 479 . 08 

General Publishing Co 50 . 87 

Ginn & Co 1,671 . 53 

Grenviile Books " 39.60 

Harcourt. Brace & Co 192.28 

Harper & Bros 555 . 02 

Harvard University Press 162 . 47 

W. Heffer & Sons Ltd 30.23 

Paul Hocher Inc 39.83 

Houghton Mifflin Co 656.54 

Industrial Press 237.55 

International Correspondence School Co 229.68 

Interscience Publishers 164.96 

H. K. Lewis & Co. Ltd 26. 90 

Life Underwriters Association of Canada 31 . 74 

J. B. Lippincott Co 836.31 

Longmans Green & Co 2,431 . 69 

McAinsh & Co. Ltd 6,032 . 36 

McClelland & Stewart Ltd 701 . 88 

McGill University, contribution republishing book 422.80 

McGraw-Hill Book Co 6,383.07 

George J. M. McLeod Ltd 183.23 

MacMillan Co. of Canada Ltd 12,010 . 87 

Mack Printing Co 99.53 

Medico-Dental Publishing Co 296.87 

Merck & Co. Ltd 208.00 

C. \'. Mosby Co 32 . 44 

Musson Book Co. Ltd 317.04 



164 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

National Bureau of Standards $ 31 . 00 

National Education Association 27. 63 

National Recreational Association 49. 13 

National Research Council of Canada 62. 50 

Sgt. Major T. L. Neal 169.00 

Thos. Nelson & Sons Ltd 273.29 

Nordeinan Publishing Co 47 . 00 

Northern Mines Press Ltd 31 . 50 

W. H. Norton Co 39.67 

Theo. E. Obrig 39.00 

Odyssey Press 162 . 27 

Oxford University Press 52 . 66 

George Philip & Son 79 . 18 

Physicians Record Co 81 . 83 

Physiological Review 33 . 00 

Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada) Ltd 1,442.94 

Prentice-Hall Inc.. 547.29 

Princeton University 150 . 52 

Professional Press 63 . 20 

Psychological Corporation 51 . 64 

Receiver General of Canada 31 1 . 77 

Reinhold Publishing Corporation 279.09 

Renouf Publishing Co 27 . 82 

Ronald Press Co 28. 15 

Rverson Press 1,090. 89 

S.'j- Reginald Saunders 94.67 

Science Press Printing Co 35 . 75 

Charles Scribner's Sons 65 . 07 

Simpkin Marshall Ltd 1,461.64 

Sheed & Ward 28. 40 

C. K. Smolev & Sons 41.76 

H. AL Stationery Office 256.86 

G. E. Stechert & Co 28.43 

Superintendent of Documents, Washington 165.00 

Sutherland International Despatch 73.04 

Charles C. Thomas 44. 12 

A. W. Tucker 69. 18 

University of Chicago Press 116. 15 

University of Wisconsin Press 32. 56 

University Prints 133 . 65 

D. Van Nostrand Co 742 . 63 

West Publishing Co 84.00 

Weston Institute 25. 65 

John Wilev & Sons 7,088.53 

Williams & Wilkins Co 9,670.63 

H. W. Wilson Co 80.74 

World Book Co = - • 29.95 

Accounts under S25.00 (452) 2,175. 93 

Sundry purchases second hand books 256.03 

Miss Olive Weir, reporting address by Dr. Herman Finer 26.00 

A. G. Burns, travelling expenses 71 . 94 

Microscopes 7,184.36 

Advertising, $1,460.69; postage and excise, $2,839.37; bank charges and 
exchange. $2,863.74; cleaning, $273.85; freight, express and cart- 
age $325.06; meals for night work, $178.94; sundries, $233.82. . 8,175.47 
Heat and light, $2,782.93; gas, $297.72; telephone, $369.00; water, , 

«]^]^2 11 3,561 . 76 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $413.63; material, $453.09 866.72 

Collector of Customs and Excise, sales tax '^'^an ' aq 

Contribution to Employees Pension Account 980.63 

Plant Account ($12,700.00): 

Toronto Type Foundry, machinery 2,700.00 

Transferred to Revenue 10,000.00 

iranslerrea to Ke%enue $314,542.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 165 

APPENDIX IV. 
Superintendent's Stores and Sundry Labour Account 

Ledger Balance, 30th June, 1942 $ 22,068.82 

Purchases made during 1942-43 (§135,183.74): 

Acco Petroleum Products, mineral spirits, cleansol S 468.99 

Acme Paint & \'arnish Company, paint 29.42 

Adams Bros. Harness Ltd.. felt 35 . 33 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware 1,310.50 

Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., corkboard 71 .43 

Associated Chemical Co., chemicals 439.56 

J. & A. Aziz, sheeting, towels 260.30 

Baines & David, Ltd., steel 263.71 

Beardmore & Co., belting 25 . 31 

Beldam's Asbestos Packing Ltd., twists, graphite, etc 172.44 

Bennett & Wright, Ltd., welding 70.00 

Bern.- Bros. Inc., varnish, etc 334.89 

Boake Manufacturing Co., lumber 2,763.42 

Boeckh & Co., brushes, etc 65 . 53 

British Columbia Plywoods Ltd., wallboard 45.41 

Brooks Marble & Tile Co., tile repairs 709 . 57 

Brown Boggs Foundry & Machine Co. blades 66.64 

Builders Supplies Ltd., cement, etc 293.55 

Robert Bury & Co.. lumber, etc 2,032 . 23 

Canada Building Materials Ltd., cement, etc 51 .05 

Canada Hardware Ltd., hardware 208.89 

Canada Metal Co., metal 370 . 48 

Canada Packers Ltd., soap, linseed 557.45 

Canada Wire & Cable Co., wire 114.47 

Canadian Allis Chalmers Ltd., texropes 73.59 

Canadian Asbestos Ontario Ltd., asbestos, graphite, cement 557.88 

Canadian Carborundum Co.. o.xide wheels, etc 34.09 

Canadian Durex Abrasives Ltd., emery cloth, etc 49. 18 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., casters, etc 91.71 

Canadian General Electric Co.. electrical supplies 1,636. 14 

Canadian Germicide Co., sanitary supplies 82.29 

Canadian IngersoU Rand Co., valves, etc 26.06 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol, drum 83.60 

Canadian Industries Ltd., paint, etc 398.92 

Canadian Johns Manville Co., felt, etc 158.88 

Canadian Mill Supply Co., cotton 71 . 60 

Canadian National Carbon Co., brushes 137.36 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, brooms 406.83 

Canadian Oil Co. Ltd., kerosene 51 . 32 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., repairs 35 . 72 

Canadian S.K.F. Co., bearings " 29.21 

Canadian Sirocco Co., fan, motors 500.94 

Central Scientific Co., regulators, test tubes 119.81 

Champion Dishwashing Machine Co 41 . 35 

Clark & Son, plastering repairs 79 . 10 

A. C. Cockburn, sheets 167 . 50 

Commercial Chemical Co., paint 26.36 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., glass 541 .54 

Continental Can Co. of Canada, cans and caps ' 32.81 

George Cooke & Co. , wax 26 . 73 

Corbett-Cowley Ltd., laboratory coats, etc 686.38 

Coulter Copper & Brass Co., switch plates 60.66 

Crane Ltd., laundry tray, valves, etc 1,177.52 

Crown Diamond Paint Co., brushes & paint 563.54 

W. H. Cunningham & Hill, valves, curtain hooks, etc 133.77 

Currie Products Ltd., felt, paint, etc 849 . 74 

Danforth Wallboard & Insulations, Ltd., wallboard 95. 11 

Darnell Corporation of Canada, casters, etc 66. 10 

Dearborn Chemical Co., chemicals 27.69 

Derrett Ltd., jute twine 51 .08 

Diamond Cleaners & Soap Ltd., soap 655.22 

W. E. Dillon & Co., steel grill 43.79 

Henry Disston & Sons, repair cutter knives, etc 82.84 

Dominion Bridge Co., bands, etc 64.99 

Dominion Carbon Brush Co., brushes 80.83 



166 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Dominion Glass Co., water bottle, wine jars $ 91.86 

Dominion Linseed Oil Co., oil 494.39 

Dominion O.xygen Co., oxygen, etc 309. 52 

Downing & Co., fuses 401.30 

Drew Brown Ltd., wax 429 . 24 

Drummond McCall & Co., brass rods, tubing, steel, etc 84.33 

C. A. Dunham & Co., radiator traps, reducing valves, etc 721.68 

T. Eaton Co., cocoa mats, sealers, stools, gloves, etc 491.54 

E. B. Eddy Co., paper towels, etc 528.00 

Electrolux Canada Ltd., repairs, etc 83. 10 

Ellis & Howard, lighting units, flashlights, batteries, etc 1,488.10 

Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., valves, plumbing supplies, etc. 838.11 

Ennis Wonder Polish Co., polish 86.40 

Evans & Co., chamois 99.96 

Exide Batteries of Canada, batteries 78.69 

Fairbanks Lumber & Coal Co., lumber 54. 58 

E. B. Fielding & Co., turpentine 1,068.38 

Thomas Firth & John Brown Ltd., stainless steel, etc 203.31 

Fuller Brush Co., mops 142 . 35 

Garage Supply Co., battery, plugs, etc 88.82 

Garlock Packing Co., packing 29.76 

General Dry Batteries of Canada, batteries 189.07 

General Steel Wares, Ltd., pails 113.57 

Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., alcohol, spirits 33,873.48 

B. Greening Wire Co., wire 126.94 

Grinnell Co. of Canada, hardware 2,108-16 

A. Guinness & Co., napkins, tray covers, etc 63.28 

Gurney Foundry Co., jacket heater, etc 28.86 

Gutta Percha Rubber Co., hose, tubing, etc 55.27 

Hamilton Carhartt Manufacturing Co., overalls 50.09 

Joe Hampton, sand and gravel 57 . 00 

T. H. Hancock, Ltd., doors 45.36 

J. Hannen, wood turning, etc 51 . 57 

Hardinge Bros, of Canada, patrol clocks, etc 546.00 

W. Harris & Co. . ground glue, etc 41 . 04 

Hart & Cooley Manufacturing Co., coats 41 . 12 

George H. Hees Son & Co., blind cord, webbing, etc 50.52 

George M. Hendry Co., chalk 104.96 

Huntington Laboratories, Ltd., seal-o-san, etc 48. 15 

Hydro Electric Power Commission, lamps, etc 2,749.47 

Imperial Oil Co., axle grease, candles, etc 115.48 

Imperial Varnish & Color Co., paint, varnish 179.75 

John Inglis & Co., repairs 429.33 

International Varnish Co. Ltd., paint, enamel 1,647.51 

I. Johnson & Son, poles 49.06 

S. C. Johnson & Son, enamel 27.83 

George Keith & Son, grass seed 242 . 55 

Kilgour's Ltd., towels, dixie cups, bags, etc. 5,037.98 

La France Fire Engine & Foamite, Ltd., extinguishers, refills. . . . 457.84 

R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., granulated wool, wallboard 175.81 

John Leckie Ltd., bunting, etc 88. 14 

A. C. Leslie & Co., steel plates 27.29 

The Levis, wipers 165 . 00 

Livingston Stoker Co., stoker 425.00 

London Soap Co., soap 495 . 00 

Lowe Bros. Co., enamel, paint 28.55 

McBean & Verrall, lumber 122 . 59 

MacCallum Manufacturing Co., sweeping compound, etc 350.00 

McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., oils 62.03 

McFarlane Gendron Manufacturing Co., ladder, trestles 132.30 

Mclntyre & Taylor Ltd., grates, drain, etc 86.62 

Alex. McKay & Co., cement 27 . 65 

McKay-Muldoon Ltd., gravel, cement, etc 87.63 

Masco Co. Ltd., batteries, flashlights, switches, etc 5,564.52 

Merck & Co., chemicals 1,815.81 

A. Middleton Co., paint, etc 627.39 

Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., pressuretrol, tubes, etc.. . 48.98 

Moflfats Ltd. , switches, etc 25 . 52 

MoUenhauer Contracting Co., concrete flooring 1,189.00 

Monarch Belting Co., leather belting 31.53 

Benjamin Moore & Co., paint 139 . 20 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 167 



Wallis Moore Paint Co., paint $ 404.27 

J. H. Morin & Co.. shellac, etc. . 187.21 

James Morris Brass Manufacturing Co., plumbers' supplies 719.66 

Mount Royal Metal Co., sheet lead, solder, etc 156.33 

Moyer School Supplies, blackboard, erasers, etc 60.52 

A. Muirhead & Co., paint 173.85 

Alexander Murray & Co., roofing supplies 182.43 

National Drug & Chemical Co., chemicals, beeswa.x 224. 16 

National Grocers Co., matches, etc 131 .25 

Neptune Meters Ltd., water meter 62 . 21 

New Sanitary Wiper & Waste, waste, cheesecloth 432. 73 

Nichols Chemical Co., chemicals, acid 1,777.44 

Northern Electric Co., electricians' supplies 93. 12 

0/Cedar of Canada, polish, mops 59.40 

Oliver Lumber Co., lumber 372.44 

Page Brothers, soap, etc 661 . 27 

Pannill Door Co., doors, storm sash 189 . 51 

Pease Foundry Co., plumbers' supplies 32.34 

Peckover's Ltd., brass rods, steel, etc 280.32 

Pilkington Bros., glass 426 . 95 

Planet Bicycle Co., key blanks 25.70 

Proctor & Gamble Co. of Canada, soap 286 . 00 

Provincial Treasurer, truck license 36.00 

Pryal & Nye, batteries 41 . 79 

Railway & Power Engineering Corporation, wire rope 38.93 

Ritchie Fuels, wood 53 . 00 

James Robertson Co. Ltd., plumbers' supplies 1,140. 12 

Robinson Clay Products, fire clay, etc 192 . 48 

Rolls & Darlington, drugs, etc 83 . 54 

Roofers Supply Co., roofing material 597 . 01 

Frank B. Ross Co., wax 360.20 

Royal Metals Manufacturing Co., tables 111.72 

Russill Hardware Co. Ltd., locks 31 .90 

Salem's Garage, repairs, oil, etc 38.68 

Samuel Son & Co., steel 2,232. 11 

Sangrams & Co., electrical supplies 213.43 

Satin Finish Hardwood Flooring Ltd., lumber 224.09 

Scarfe & Co., paint 280 . 98 

Scofield-Donald Ltd., chemicals 108.00 

Shannon Bros, of Canada, lumber 534 . 61 

Shaw & Wright, hinges, screws, etc 773. 29 

Shawinigan Chemicals, chemicals 19. 82 

Shell Oil Co. of Canada, acetone. 1,216.32 

Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, paint 25 . 85 

W'. Sherwood & Son, repairs, coil, wire, etc 584.50 

T. S. Simms & Co., brushes, varnish 494.51 

Robert Simpson Co., chairs, blankets, etc 1,795.46 

John B. Smith & Sons, lumber. . 2,501 .99 

Square D. Company, electricians' supplies 812.66 

Standard Chemical Co., acetone, drums 1,493.60 

Standard .Sanitary & Dominion Radiator Ltd., heaters 283.48 

Steel Co. of Canada, benzol 35 . 10 

G. F. Sterne & Sons, varnish, etc 506 . 34 

Stewart & W'ood, paint, glue, etc 259 . 51 

S. F. .Stinson & Son, lumber, etc 1,613 . 16 

Michael Stuart Co., traps 115.90 

Sturgeon's Ltd., paint 452 . 62 

Superior Electric -Supply Co., switches, fan, etc 1,123.44 

Superior Sash Co., sash 25 . 85 

Superior Stores, nails 27 . 14 

Supertest Petroleum Corporation, kerosene, etc 42.50 

L. S. Tarshis & Sons, electric fan 35.00 

Textile Products Ltd., flannelette, towels, etc 904.40 

Thayers Ltd., gasoline, anti-freeze 731 .02 

Toronto Asphalt Roofing Co., roofing 106. 12 

Toronto Salt Works, calcium chloride rock salt 44. 30 

Trane Co. Ltd., coils, etc 74.42 

Trelco Ltd., paint 27 . 23 

Turnbull Elevator Co., contacts, coil, etc 52.76 

United Farmers Co-operative Co. Ltd., lead 91 . 10 

Vacu-Draft Ltd., wall mounting 93 . 75 



168 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Victoria Paper & Twine Co., towels, etc $ 752 . 40 

C. C. Wakefield & Co., oils 311.98 

Arthur Welch Co. Ltd., insulation 240.00 

West Disinfecting Co., chemicals 142.53 

White's Hardware Ltd., hardware 667. 23 

A. C. Wild & Co., pipe coverings, etc 360.74 

Wilson & Cousins Ltd., fire hose, etc 346.02 

G. H. Wood & Co., paper cups, soap dispensers, etc 265.55 

A. L. Wynston Jr. Ltd., electrical supplies . 93.06 

University Press, printing and stationery 47.61 

Accounts'under $25.00 (132) 1,101 . 76 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $143.43; labour, $7,120.24 7,263.67 

$130,134.14 
Less credits: 

Dominion Government, refund of tax on alcohol $25,264.22 
Ontario Government, refund of tax on gasoline 

and varsol 126 . 04 

Sale of material 763 . 14 

26,153.40 

$103,980.74 



Sundry labour as per pay lists: 

Trade mechanics and general workmen $171,991.67 

Firemen, nightwatchmen, etc 52,831 . 23 

Cleaners and miscellaneous 142,111.87 



$126,049.56 



Apportionment of the foregoing: 

Labour Material 
Administration ($53,849.36): 

Bursar's Office $ 48.01 $ 30.04 

Registrar's Office 352.26 6.31 

Superintendent's Office 1,533.56 30.10 

Central Stores 1,150.00 

Grounds 13,747.07 766.76 

Protective Service 17,081 .01 

Telephones 4,812.76 

Convocation and Simcoe Halls 11,965.71 1,694.36 

184 College Street 515.37 116.04 

Library ($5,315.44)-: 

Maintenance 225.22 142.87 

Building 4,081.97 865.38 

Athletics, Physical Training, etc. ($7,739.70): 

Athletics and Physical Training— Men 28.69 8.28 

Athletics and Physical Education — Women 3.26 30.83 

Health -Service 309.32 111.04 

Hart House — share of maintenance 4,934.03 1,452.06 

44 Hoskin Avenue 685.13 177.06 

Royal Ontario Museum 45,278.39 3,038.84 

Faculty of Arts ($57,234.69): 

Applied Mathematics 3.02 .61 

Astronomy .94 18.93 

Botany 292.70 301.84 

Chemistry 1,716.95 1,812.62 

Fine Art 112.01 21.82 

Geography 16.55 10.00 

Geology 17.48 20.22 

Mineralogy 86.89 19.97 

Physics 598.59 491.47 

Political Economy 3 . 00 .82 

Psychology 60.01 35.23 

Zoolog>' 290.87 754.05 

University College Departments .50 .08 

University College General Expenses 50.21 11 . 18 



$366,934.77 
$492,984.33 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 169 



Baldwin House $ 1,593.56 $ 194.23 

Biological Building 3,232 . 52 523 . 24 

Botanv Building 3,533.91 481.79 

Chemical Building 3,482.45 866.15 

David Dunlap Observatory 1,240.96 210.47 

Economics Building 5,378 . 86 867 . 65 

McLennan Laboratorv 7,890.28 2,572.44 

Military Studies Building 1,830.14 271.67 

Psvchologv Buildings 2,645.85 296.75 

Universitv College Building 9,213.53 1,295.58 

No. 43 St. George Street 789 . 00 107 . 15 

No. 45 St. George Street 992.58 148.49 

No. 47 St. George Street 692.61 134.27 

Faculty of Medicine ($39,231.11): 

Anatomy 194. 79 240. 12 

Bio-Chemistry (including Zymolog^') 476.87 811 .27 

Hygiene and Preventive Medicine 29.87 24.62 

Medicine and Paediatrics 20.31 135.31 

Pathological Chemistry 4.43 90.66 

Pathology and Bacteriology 1,105.26 1,069.53 

Pharmacy and Pharmacology 20.22 157.80 

PhysioIogA' 172.93 328.99 

Surgery 3 . 10 .30 

Therapeutics 4 . 30 .77 

Art Service 7.31 

General E.xpenses 29.49 12.48 

Anatomical Building 3,709.64 462.49 

Banting Institute 9,003.70 1,228.07 

Hygiene Building 12,780.00 1,581.41 

Medical Building 4,775.06 750.01 

School of Hygiene: 

Maintenance 289.42 60.64 

Faculty of Applied Science ($23,078.36) : 

Applied Physics 273 . 77 160 . 02 

School of Architecture 21.78 59.83 

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry. . 1,155.40 1,451.44 

Civil Engineering — Municipal and Structural. . . 25.44 84.73 

Civil Engineering — Surveying and Geodesy. ... 89.16 76.64 

Electrical Engineering 91 . 81 93 . 34 

Engineering Drawing 229.97 119.73 

Mechanical Engineering 214.88 300.63 

Metallurgical Engineering 236.90 174.77 

Mining Engineering 64.71 217.48 

General Expenses 99.18 21.70 

Photographic Service 9 . 83 19 . 95 

Electrical Building 3,602.00 424.50 

Engineering Building 3,866.62 844.59 

Geodetic Observatory Building 466.33 59.50 

Mining Building (including Mill Building) 7,133.53 1,388.20 

Faculty of Dentistry ($11,164.50): 

Laboratory and Infirmary Supplies 2,086.96 898.97 

Dental Building 6,428.96 1,749.61 

Faculty of Household Science ($4,388.67): 

Household .Science 139.72 47.92 

Food Chemistry 127.43 45.34 

Household Science Building 3,414 .86 613 . 40 

Faculty of Forestry ($827.75): 

Maintenance 15.21 81 . 68 

Forestry Building 568.01 162.85 

School of Nursing ($2,959.80) : 

School Maintenance 43 . 46 .59 

Residence Maintenance 39.26 96.34 

Building, No. 7 Queen's Park 2,515.11 265.04 



170 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



School of Physical and Health Education: 

Maintenance $ 10 . 82 $ 1 . 09 

University Extension and Publicity 378 . 64 202 . 32 

Men's Residences: 

Maintenance of Buildings 9,047.83 1,159.06 

Women's Residences and Union ($8,748.34): 

Maintenance of Buildings 5,398.93 1,147.86 

Housekeeping Account 990.22 1,211 .33 

Central Power Plant 33,883.45 1,455.50 

Special Research (including Banting and Best) 3,193.07 3,554.86 

Superintendent's Stores 7,120.24 

Ontario College of Education 16,381.38 4,894.77 

Work done for University Organizations, members of 

staff, sundry incidental accounts, etc. (including 

Accounts Receivable on 30th June, $9,141.78). . 72,432.78 47,928.06 

Cash sales 912.44 



$366,934.77 $98,826.55 

$465,761.32 



Ledger Balance 30th June, 1943 $ 27,223.01 

(Superintendent's Inventory Value $39,604.34) 



APPENDIX V. 
Ontario College of Education 

Balance on hand 30 June, 1942 $55,797.22 

Receipts, 1942-43: 

Legislative Grant $255,000.00 

Less salaries paid direct: 

A. Macdonald $3,150.00 

C. T. Sharpe 2,126.25 

5,276.25 

249,723.75 

Fees of students 56,507 . 03 

Use of Aura Lee Grounds (Ontario College of Education Athletic 

Field) 600. 00 

$362,628.00 



E.xpenditures for salaries and maintenance for the year ending 30th 

June, 1943 $297,832.33 

Transferred to the Institute of Child Study 4,000.00 



301,832.33 
$ 60,795.67 
Salaries 
J. G. Althouse, Dean (paid also $350 for E.xtension Work $ 6,000.00 

Professors: 

J. O. Carlisle, Methods in Classics; also Supervisor of Practice 
Teaching, at $5,000; ob. 17 September; 2 mos. salary paid to 

widow 2,083.35 

W. G. Bennett, Commercial Subjects 4,700.00 

G. A. Cornish, Methods in .Science 4,700.00 

W. J. Lougheed, Methods in Mathematics 4,700.00 

Miss L. L. Ockiey, Home Economics; also Supervisor of Women. . 4,700.00 
J. A. Long, Educational Research; also Director of Department 

(paid also $1,210 for Extension work) 4,600.00 

B. C. Diltz, English and History 4,450.00 

Miss W. G. Barnstead, Director of Library School and Associate Pro- 
fessor 4,500.00 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 171 



Assistant Professors: 

C. E. Phillips, History of Education; also Editor of "The School" 

(paid also $350 for Extension Work and $210 in School of 

Nursing) $ 4,650.00 

E. L. Daniher, History 4,300.00 

Miss H. B. St. John, Modern Languages 4,300.00 

F. Halbus, Physical Education 4,125.00 

Adrian Macdonald, Elementary Subjects (paid by Department of 

Education of Ontario) 

Miss R. E. Ratz, Home Economics 3,900.00 

Miss B. Bassam (including $133.33 balance for 1941-42; paid also 

honorarium of $200 as Acting Librarian) , . 3,433.33 

Miss M. E. Silverthorn, Library Science, Library School 3,100.00 

Lecturers and Instructors in University Schools: 

G. N. Bramfitt, Diction and Voice Production ' 4,000.00 

Miss H. L. Bryans, Physical Education 3,800.00 

A. T. McLachlan, Manual Training (paid also $1,200 for Extension 

Work) 3,700. J ) 

L. R. Bell, Music 3,300.00 

Lecturers: 

Miss A. Marsh, Art 3,625.00 

M. D. Parmenter, Psychology 3,000.00 

R. W. B. Jackson, Educational Research (paid also $200 in Arts 

and $280 for Extension Work) 2,800 . 00 

Miss V. B. Nichol, Home Economics 2,700.00 

Miss L. P. E. Lockhart, Home Economics 2,500.00 

Miss M. M. B. Davidson, Library Science 1,900.00 

Instructors in University Schools: 

A. C. Lewis, Headmaster (paid also $200 as Instructor in Courses 

for degrees in Pedagogy and $280 for Extension Work) 4,700.00 

G. A. Cline 4,000.00 

A. G. Croal (paid also $39 for Extension Work) 4,000 . 00 

J. L. Gill 4,000.00 

Norman McLeod 4,000.00 

N. L. Murch 4,000.00 

P. A. Petrie (paid also $16.50 for Extension Work) 4,000.00 

W. L. C. Richardson 4,000.00 

J. G. Workman 4,000.00 

R. F. S. Baird 3,900.00 

J. D. Morrow 3,900.00 

H. McGuire, at $3,600; on War Service; contribution to T.I. & A. A. 180.00 

D. A. Glassev, 8 mos. at $450 3,600.00 

W. R. Stewart 3,350.00 

H. A. Grainger, from 1 October at $350 per mo 3,150.00 

A. D. Lockhart 3,100.00 

L. H. Newell 3,100.00 

W. B. MacMurray 3,100.00 

W. B. Gray, at $2,700; on War Service from October 1,203.75 

B. C. Taylor 2,500.00 

J. S. Carlisle , 2,000.00 

C. T. Sharpe (paid by Department of Education of Ontario) .... 

G. W. Cochrane, Instructor in Swimming and Supervisor of U.T.S. 

Athletic Grounds and Sport 3,000.00 

Instructors in Library School (Sessional): 

Miss L. H. Smith, Work with Boys and Girls 450.00 

W. S. Wallace, College and University Libraries (paid also as 

University Librarian) 350 . 00 

Miss J. Merchant, School Libraries 150.00 

Administration of Libraries: 

Angus Mowat, at $150; on War Service 

F. C. Jennings 150.00 

Miss M. E. Poole, Special Libraries 150.00 

C. R. Sanderson, Circulation of Books 150.00 

Miss F. Trotter, Story-Telling 150.00 



172 REPORT OF THE No. 12 



Occasional Lecturers, Library School: 

yi. p. Boone (paid also as Assistant Librarian and from Practice 

Teaching) $ 400 . 00 

Miss D. Randolph 95 26 

J. A. Lowe 75.91 

F. C. Jennings (paid also as Instructor in Library School) 36.00 

R. E. Crouch 31 . 40 

E. C. Kyte 30.40 

G. S. Brett (paid also in Arts) 30.00 

Miss Elizabeth Long 30 . 00 

E. J. Pratt (paid also in Dentistry) 30 . 00 

Miss ^L Eraser 20.20 

Miss F. Waldon 18 . 85 

Miss X. Bateson 16.00 

A. Calhoun 15 . 00 

Miss E. Morton 15 . 00 

Miss A. Wright. 15.00 

Griffith Taylor, Special Lecturer in Geography (paid also $4,000 in 

Faculty of Arts) 2,500 . 00 

Norman Davies, Lecturer in Methods in Agriculture (Sessional) 300.00 

A. C. Lewis, Instructor in Courses for degrees in Pedagogy (paid also as 

Headmaster of University Schools) 200.00 

Supply Teachers, at $7.50 per day: 

A. R. Looby 105.00 

J. L. MacDowell 82 . 50 

J. G. Devitt 45.00 

E. W. Durocher. 26.25 

H. A. Grainger (paid also as Instructor) 15.00 

E. \V. Rice 15.00 

Miss D. A. Thompson, Librarian 2,700.00 

Assistant Librarians: 

Miss D. O. Walter 2,000.00 

M. P. Boone (paid also $400 as Occasional Lecturer in Library 

School) 1,200.00 

Miss M. Faircloth, Library Reviser in the Library School 1,200.00 

Clerical Staff: 

Miss L. Swinarton, Secretary 2,550.00 

Miss E. G. Seldon, Clerk in the Headmaster's Office 1,700.00 

Clerks: 

Miss J. M. Jeffrey 1,850.00 

Miss A. A. Elliott 1,700.00 

Miss G. M. Harvey 1,700.00 

Mrs. Catherine Grant 1,400.00 

Retiring Allowances: 

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association, contribution of 

College for year ending 30th June, 1943, to retiring fund. ... $ 3,944.45 
Contribution of College for year ending 30th June, 1943, University 

Pension Fund — Employees 1,306.75 

$ 5,251.20 

Charges on Investment: 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario, proportion of annual pay- 
ment on debenture issue of 1909 for interest and sinking fund $ 10,000.00 

Maintenance of Buildings: 

Fuel ($4,473.55): 

P. Burns & Co $ 27.50 

Great Lakes Coal Co 4,224.23 

Halliday Bros 221 . 82 

Gas, $248.19; electric current, $1,679.88; water, $187.19; telephone 

service, $367.90 2,483. 16 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 504.97 



I 



$196,048.20 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 173 



Cleaning and furnaceman (S7, 703.65): 

Furnaceman, G. Thompson, 52 weeks S 1,309.90 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 6,393.75 

Repairs and Renewals (S3,984.67): 

Wm. Bartlett & Son. shades. 24.25 

Canadian Germicide Co., sanitary supplies 1.50 

Canadian Power Regulator Co., maintenance of system 68.70 

Engineering Equipment Co., enamel 99.00 

John Inglis Co., steel tubes 74.18 

Provincial Treasurer, licenses 10.00 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, S2.56; labour, S816.49; 

material, $2,887.99 3.707.04 

Alterations in Room 306: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $956.32, material, S243.68. . 1,200.00 

Grounds: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, S562.61; material, S75.67. . 638.28 

Caretaker and Engineer: 

J. Harding, 12 months (overtime S126.50) 1,661.04 

Night Watchmen (Sl,577.91): 

W. N. Lotto. 10 months 1,150.00 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 427.91 

$24,227.23 

Less credits: cleaning, S378.00; caretaker's supplies, $21.80; fuel, 
light, etc., $150.50; piano fund, .$2.00; sale of material, $20.00; 
replacements, $62.13; telephones, .$41.38 675.81 



$ 23,551.42 



Maintenance of Aura Lee Grounds: 

Fuel ($193.24): 

P. Burns & Co $ 27. 36 

Halliday Bros 165.88 

Gas, $26.83; electric current, $39.83; water, $32.18; telephone, 

$107.40 206.24 

Caretaker's Supplies: 

Superintendent's Dept., material 8.39 

Repairs and Renewals: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $284.86; material, $96.04. . . 380.90 

Sundries and Occasional Labour: 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 397.29 

Caretaker: 

G. Cruickshank, 12 months (with living quarters valued at 

$200 and overtime $9.50) 1,250.00 

$ 2,436.06 
Less credit for cleaning 1 . 50 

Maintenance of Instruction: 
Use of City Schools: 

Board of Education, City of Toronto $20,615.00 

Use of Rural Schools ($105.00): 

Honoraria to critic teachers — Agriculture: 

Principal R. H. King 50.00 

D. G. McBain 25.00 

W. A. Porter 25.00 

Sundry persons 5 . 00 



$ 2,434.56 



174 



REPORT OF THE 



No. 12 



Honoraria to critic teachers in Rural Schools ($110.00): 

Miss K. Dolan $ 25 . 00 

Miss M. Fraser 25.00 

Miss K. Morrison 25 . 00 

Miss M. Mustard 25.00 

George Woods 10 . 00 

Dr. R. C. Jarvis, instructor in penmanship 95.00 

Living expenses of teachers in training ($134.10): 

Miss Elizabeth Arthur 10.00 

Miss Marion Belch 10 . 00 

Miss Mary Cunningham 10 . 00 

Miss Elizabeth Moore 10 . 00 

Miss Marion Pate 10 . 00 

Miss Margaret Scott 10 . 00 

Miss Dorothy Sharp 10.00 

Miss Mary Silverthorne 14 . 55 

Sundry travelling expenses: 

Canadian Pacific Railways 35 . 80 

Accounts under $10.00 (2) 13 . 75 

Art Gallerj' of Toronto, services in connection with practical 

teaching 6,000 . 00 

Payments to Librarians who assist in practical work ($1,066.75): 

Miss Helen Armstrong 75.00 

Miss Bertha Bassam (expenses $16.75) 216.75 

Miss Louise Boothe 75 . 00 

Miss Myrtle Forman 75 . 00 

Miss Elizabeth Gordon 75 . 00 

Miss Margaret Johnston 75 . 00 

Miss Isabelle Locheed 75 . 00 

Miss M. L. Newton 25.00 

Miss Jessie Rorke 75 . 00 

Miss Eleanor Shaw 75.00 

Miss Ethelwyn Wickson 75 . 00 

Miss Cicely Wood 75.00 

Miss H. G. B. Woolryche 75.00 

Laboratory Assistance and Piano Assistance ($518.80): 

Miss M. Clemens 400.00 

Mrs. S. McKerrighan, 360 hours 118.80 

Contingencies: 

Dean J. G. Althouse, reimbursement of travelling expenses, 
convention of Canada and Newfoundland Educational 

Association 224 . 50 

Office Supplies ($1,278.45): 

Bostitch Co. Ltd., staples 10.50 

W. J . Gage, ledger sheets 20 . 95 

D. Gestetner, stencils, ink 133.44 

National Stationers, wheel pens 11 . 15 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., cards, etc 42.00 

Postage. 308.00 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 39.60 

Stephen Sales, paper 56 . 10 

Mrs. L. Turnbull, clerical assistance, 1 week, 1 day 25.80 

University Press, printing and stationery 496.60 

Accounts under $10.00 (6) 33.83 

Sundry disbursements by department 13.77 

Superintendent's Dept., labour, $67.57; material, $19.14 86.71 

Office Supplies for Library School ($294.21): 

Grand & Toy, slide arms, blotting paper 13.75 

Maver School Supplies 20.55 

Postage 120.00 

Robbins & Townsend 6 . 00 

University Press, printing and stationery 113.24 

Sundry disbursements by department: books and stationery, 

$11.09; telephones and sundries, $5.58 16.67 

Superintendent's Dept., labour 4.00 



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175 



General supplies and apparatus for classroom use ($8,663.74): 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware 

American Council on Education, pamphlets, etc 

Art Metropole, drafting paper, etc 

Artists' Supply Co., paint 

Board of Education, Minnesota 

Bookshelf Bindery, binding 

Boosey & Hawkes, music publications 

Bureau of Educational Research Service, measurements, 

music tests 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, drugs 

Canadian Liquid Air Co., valves, oxygen 

Gus Cancilla, provisions 

Central Scientific Co., burner, scales, plate, etc 

Chadwick Electric Co., electrical supplies 

Clarke Irwin Co., books 

Copp Clark Co., books 

J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., books 

Eastman Photographic Stores, films 

T. Eaton Co., curtains, linoleum, tables, etc 

Extra Curricular Publishing Co., text books 

W. J. Gage & Co., books 

General Films Ltd., sound projector 

D. Gestetner, stencils 

Ginn & Co., books 

Globe Furniture Ltd., desks 

Grand & Toy, trays, etc 

J. AL Green Music Co 

Gregg Publishing Co., books 

Heintzman & Co., music 

Houghton Mifiilin Co., books 

International Correspondence Schools, reprints 

Keystone \'iew Co., slide maker 

Longmans Green & Co., books 

Lyons Furniture Co., record cabinet 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, books 

George J. McLeod Ltd., books 

Mason & Risch Ltd., piano rentals, cartage 

Morgan-Dillow Co., monographs 

Musson Book Co., books 

National Committee for Mental Hygiene and Vocational 
Guidance, text books 

Nisbet & Auld Ltd., cotton 

. Occupational Index Inc., pamphlets, etc 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., desk, transfer cases 

Promenade Music Centre, phonograph and records 

Psychological Corporation, pamphlets, etc 

Public School Publishing Co., music, etc 

Radio Trade Supply Co., phono motor, etc 

Rainbow Lantern Slide Co., slides 

Robbins & Townsend, rental, etc 

Ryerson Film Service, microfilm 

Ryerson Press, binder, books, etc 

G. Schunck, tuning piano 

Science Research Associates, text books 

Sears Ltd., hand punch 

Robert Simpson Co., reflectors, towelling, etc 

J. B. Smith & Sons, lumber 

Leslie \'ictor Smith, lettering diplomas 

Smithers & Bonellie, books 

Static Shop, amplifier system 

Stephens Sales, paper 

St. John Ambulance Association, texts, charts 

C. H. Stoelting Co., apparatus 

.Superintendent of Documents, Washington, pamphlets 

Taylor Co., gym mat 

Gordon V. Thompson, music 

Troyer Natural Science Service, frogs 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., typewriter rental 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter. paper 

Wholesale Radio, oscillator, etc 



28.08 
15.78 
15.90 
51.95 
10.47 
38.35 
20.93 

12.70 
99.14 
14.66 
78.13 

125.79 
24.18 
76.56 

104.45 
92.43 
30.14 

431.81 
13.77 
53.96 

691.60 

178.75 

36.52 

'465 . 00 

127.85 
11.49 
13.65 
37.51 
18.13 
12.88 
23.37 
20.56 
14.95 
28.12 
45.91 
29.00 
21.19 
11.43 

18.00 

16.00 

24.64 

166.13 

111.79 

262 . 88 

25.54 

58.53 

11.80 

21.60 

10.90 

92.12 

10.50 

162.06 

40.50 

21.63 

127.64 

99.45 

14.70 

372 . 86 

68.85 

51.00 

61.22 

22.32 

27.54 

108.64 

85.20 

191.81 

132.84 

34.25 



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62 


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176 REPORT OF THE No. 12 

Harold A. Wilson Co., tennis nets 

World Book Co., pamphlets 

Payments to Examiners, extra mural candidates: 

J. G. Althouse 

J. O. Carlisle 

G. A. Cornish 

E. L. Daniher 

B. C. Diltz 

J. A. Long 

W. T- Lougheed 

L. H. Newell 

Miss Helen B. St. John 

Sundry persons 

Lecturers re Defence Training Course: 

Miss M. Henderson 

Mrs. J. A. Long 

Miss F. Morrison 

University Press, books and stationery 

Accounts'under $10.00 (68) 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $5.41; 
hardware, S7.36; supplies, .$62.58; telephone, etc., $10.00; 
sundries, $8.75 94. 10 

Supplies and equipment for Library School ($1,547.39): 

American Library Association, books 30.93 

Association of American Library School, fees 10.00 

Bookshelf Bindery, books '. 30 . 85 

R. R. Bowker Co', subscription 20. 90 

Miss J. Chabot, book 10.00 

Clarke Irwin Co., books 29.60 

F. W. Faxon Co 10.31 

Federal Floor Finishing Co 45 . 00 

Gordon & Gotch, subscriptions 103. 76 

Grand & Toy, books, file 43.22 

Lowe Martin Co., cards, etc 41 . 80 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, books 25.08 

Robbins & Townsend, inspection 16. 70 

Ryerson Press, books 32 . 80 

Robert Simpson Co., linoleum, couch 358.50 

L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters, rentals 60.00 

H. W. Wilson Co., books 107.01 

University Press, books and stationery 103.50 

Accounts'under $10.00 (29) 109.61 

Superintendent's Dept., freight, $19.85; labour, $49.41; 

material, $288.56 357.82 

Library' Books, Periodicals, etc. ($1,771.37): 

Clarke Irwin Co., books 21 . 49 

Copp Clark Co., books 20.26 

Mrs. Lenore Corbett, clerical assistance, 33 weeks 330.00 

Wm. Dawson Subscription Service, subscriptions 102.00 

Evans Bros. Ltd., subscription 10. 18 

George M. Hendry Co., books 17.66 

Libraire Beauchemin, books 15.29 

Library of Congress, cards 45 . 90 

Longmans Green & Co., books 15.00 

Lowe Martin & Co., library cards 45.98 

Frank E. Lucas, subscription 35. 10 

MacMillan Co. of Canada, books 18. 50 

McClelland & Stewart Ltd., books 22.02 

George J. McLeod Co., books 25.40 

Rverson Press, books 12. 97 

Mrs. P. Sandiford, books 16.00 

H. W. Wilson Co., books 104. 46 

University Press, printing and stationery 775.07 

Accounts'under $10.00 (34) 138.09 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FOR 1943 177 

Physical Education, including care of grounds, Field Day, Sports, 
etc. ($405.69): 

Associated Screen News, rental of films $ 16.00 

Independent Towel Supply, towels 26.30 

Lackie Manufacturing Co., medals, cups 202.68 

Univ^ersity of Toronto Athletic Association, practice privileges 

at \'arsitv Arena 100 . 00 

H. A. Wilson Co., vollev balls, etc 32.42 

Accounts under SIO.OO (2) 9. 70 

Superintendent's Dept., material 18.59 

Lunchroom Equipment (S77.ll): 

Cassidy's Ltd., dishes, etc 45.50 

T. Eaton Co., towelling 16.56 

-Superintendent's Dept., labour, S14.95; material, 10 cents. . . 15.05 

Graduate Courses and Summer Session: 
Instructors (S2, 240.00): 

J. G. Althouse 350.00 

R. H. B. Jackson 280 . 00 

A. C. Lewis 280.00 

J. A. Long 350.00 

Adrian Macdonald 350 . 00 

F. W. Minkler 280.00 

C. E. Phillips 350 . 00 

Department of Educational Research: 

Dr. Margaret McKim, Special Lecturer 250.00 

Miss K. M. Hobday, Secretary and Research Assistant 2,200.00 

Clerical Assistants (§4,783.33): 

Miss M. Graham 1,600.00 

Miss M. Spalding 1,500.00 

Miss A. Bossence 900 . 00 

Miss D. Whiting, at SI, 000; resigned 31 January 583.33 

Mrs. Jean Heeley, 10 weeks at $20 '. 200. 00 

Temporary Assistants for Scoring Tests ($416.58): 

Mrs. A. W. Chisholm 192.60 

Mrs. A. J. Phillips 185.78 

Miss Marguerite Bagshaw 27.20 

Miss Mary Bagshaw 6.00 

Miss S. Clark 5.00 

Office supplies, printing, etc. ($2,493.34): 

Educational Courier, advertising 27.50 

D. Gestetner, ink, stencils 649.85 

Grand & Tov, file, chair pad, repairs 10.50 

Mitchell & .NlcGill, folders 16.50 

Lowe Martin & Co., cards, etc 24. 54 

Postage 163.50 

Robbins & Townsend, typewriter maintenance 32.65 

Ryerson Press, cards, etc 1 1 . 34 

"The School." advertising 30.00 

University Press, printing and stationery 1,278. 13 

Accounts'under $10.00 (2) 7.59 

Sundry disbursements by department: stationery, $10.71; 

customs, 90 cents; sundries, $10.96; hardware, $2.46; 

supplies, $4.29 29.32 

.Superintendent's Dept., freight 211.92 

Students' Social Activities ($256.59): 

Miss Elizabeth Boyd, Secretary, Students Association, re- 
freshments, etc., for student activities 43.75 

Robert Simpson Co., slip covers 189.46 

Accounts under $10.00 (5) 23 . 38 

Publication of "The School" and distribution in Training Schools: 

"The School" subscriptions 5,000.00 

% 60,546.95 



$297,832.33 



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